2nd October 2019


What cells and tissues are in the digestive system?

Transcript of The Digestive System - Cells, Tissues and Organs. The digestive system is made up of the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, liver, pancreas, gall bladder, rectum and anus. All these organs are uniquely structured to perform the specialized function of converting food into energy.

Simply so, what type of tissues are involved in digestive system?

Depending on the section of the digestive tract, it protects the digestive tract wall, secretes substances, and absorbs the end products of digestion. It is composed of three layers: The epithelium is the innermost layer of the mucosa. It is composed of simple columnar epithelium or stratified squamous epithelium.

What type of tissue is found in the stomach?

For example, the stomach is an organ that contains:
  • Muscular tissue - to churn the food and other contents of the stomach.
  • Glandular tissue - to produce digestive juices including acid and enzymes.
  • Epithelial tissue - to cover the inner and outer surfaces of the stomach.

What type of muscle tissue is found in the digestive system?

As with any muscle, the smooth, involuntary muscles of the visceral muscle tissue (which lines the blood vessels, stomach, digestive tract, and other internal organs) are composed of Continue Scrolling To Read More Below
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