Peristalsis is the rhythmic movement of the hollow digestive tract.
Peristalsis is the rhythmic contraction of a tubular organ to propel its contents.
sailboats are propelled by the wind
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The rhythmic contractions of tubular organs, such as the esophagus or intestine, are called peristaltic waves. These waves propel the food material forwards. They are automatic due to local nerve plexus. The peristaltic waves increase in rhythm and force due to stimulation by the parasympathetic autonomic nervous system, and decrease due to stimulation by the sympathetic autonomic nervous system.
By rhythmic movements called peristalsis. They are wavelike contractions of smooth muscle that propel food through the GI tract.
the same as propel is tug.
no,you can not propel a boat because propel means to push or drive forwards
Prawns generally prefer to walk on the bottom of their habitats. They don't really "swim" as we think of it, but use a swift contraction or two of their tails to propel themselves backwards very quickly to escape danger.
The boat PROPEL by the rowers rowing
PROPEL Berhad was created in 1988.
The pH level in propel is 4
It's got wings to propel it
Peristalsis is a symmetrical contraction of muscles which propagates in a wave down the muscular tube, more specifically the esophagus. In humans, peristalsis is found in the contraction of smooth muscles to propel contents through the digestive tract.In much of the gastrointestinal tract, smooth muscles contract in sequence to produce a peristaltic wave which forces a ball of food (called a bolus while in the esophagus and gastrointestinal tract and chyme in the stomach) along the gastrointestinal tract. Peristaltic movement is initiated by circular smooth muscles contracting behind the chewed material to prevent it from moving back into the mouth, followed by a contraction of longitudinal smooth muscles which pushes the digested food forward.
propel is spin then the antonym is staying still