Digestive System, Part 3 
Digestive System, Part 3
by Crash Course
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Date Added: August 11, 2016

Lecture Description

Nachos are great...if you are among the lucky ones whose body can digest them. When digestion goes according to plan, the small intestine performs most of your chemical digestion in the duodenum, while accessory organs including the liver, gallbladder, and pancreas contribute enzymes that all but finish the job. Then your large intestine, which is actually shorter than the small intestine, tries to extract the last bit of nutrition, including the occasional attempt to turn nachos into energy, which for most humans, ends in gassy failure.

Table of Contents
The Small Intestine Performs Most of Your Chemical Digestion in the Duodenum 1:54
The Liver, Gallbladder, and Pancreas Contribute Enzymes 4:26
The Large Intestine is Actually Shorter Than the Small Intestine 6:47
The Large Intestine Extracts the Last Bit of Nutrition 7:06

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In this Crash Course series, Hank Green teaches most of what you should know about anatomy and physiology, perfect for a freshman-level biology course, or just your own curiosity about the human body.

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