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Digestion and Absorption are fundamental bodily functions which are responsible, for the conversion of complex food that we eat into a simpler form, for the easy absorption of the food into the bloodstream. Nutrients from the food are absorbed by the body by either intracellular or extracellular processes. Some of the major components of the digestive system are Mouth, Stomach, Digestive Glands, Large Intestine and Small Intestine.
Important concepts of chapter 16 Digestion and Absorption
- Digestive System
- Alimentary Canal
- Digestive Glands
- Digestion of Food
- Absorption of Digested Products
- Disorders of the Digestive System.
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|NCERT Solutions for class 11 Biology Chapter 16|
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