The Digestive System
The ________ is connective tissue whose capillaries nourish the epithelium of the mucosa.
The right and left hepatic ducts join to form the ________ duct.
Blood flowing through the liver lobule enters at the portal venule
and flows through ________
to the central vein and out of the liver through the hepatic vein.
The transverse colon bends inferiorly at the ________ to become the descending colon.
The ________ region of the stomach is closest to the esophagus.
The root of the tooth is held to the periodontal ligament by a
calcified connective tissue called
The porta hepatis contains the hepatic arteries, hepatic ducts, and ________.
hepatic portal veins
The region between your teeth and lips is called the ________.
Thin myofilaments of smooth muscle fibers are anchored to
intermediate filaments through
The distal sigmoid colon is located within the ________ region of the
"Baby" teeth are more properly called ________ teeth.
The external muscle layer of the pharynx consists of three ________
muscles composed of
voluntary skeletal muscle.
Longitudinal folds of the stomach mucosa are called ________.