Digestive system in mammals

General anatomy of digestive system. Ozofagus 1/3 is striated muscle, 2/3 is smooth muscle. Small intestine: duodenum, jejenum, ileum. The end of ileum is appendix (secum in horse) in human. Large intestine: colon, rectum, anus. the structure of digestive tract. Muscularis mucosa, mucus layer, submucosa. Plexus myentericus. In the large intestine, longitiudial muscles concentrated circular muscle n large intestine produce haustra formation. The length of digestive tract depends on type of food ingested by animals. Longest in herbivours, shorter in carnivores.

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