Digestive system: set of organs
involved in the digestion of food.
Pharynx: part of the digestive tract between the mouth and the
Esophagus: part of the digestive tract between the larynx and
the cardia of the stomach.
Stomach: pocket-like part of the digestive tract, where food
is mixed and stored.
Pancreas (tail): gland connected to the digestive tract which
produces digestive enzymes.
Duodenum: beginning of the small intestine.
Small intestine: part of the digestive tract between the stomach
and the large intestine.
Descending colon: part of the large intestine in which food travels
Sigmoid: last part of the descending colon.
Anus: end of the large intestine, through which the human body
expels solid waste.
Rectum: last part of the large intestine, between the sigmoid
colon and the anus.
Appendix: hollow diverticulum fastened to the caecum.
Cecum: blind gut formed by the part of the large intestine between
the small intestine and the ascending colon.
Ascending colon: part of the large intestine where food travels
Transverse colon: part of the large intestine where food travels
Gallbladder: small sac that contains the bile.
Liver: digestive gland that produces bile.
Tooth: organ set in the jaws and used to cut and crush food.
Tongue: organ of taste.