The soupy mixture of food and gastric juices that is passed from the stomach to the duodenum (upper portion of the small intestine) during digestion.
a soupy liquid formed in the stomach from the churning of the bolus with gastric juices.
the thick, nearly liquid mixture of partly digested food and digestive juices found in the stomach and small intestine.
A semifluid, acidic mixture of ingested food and digestive secretions that forms in the stomach during the early phases of digestion.
Food in stomach and intestines macerated and mixed with digestive juices.
The semifluid mass of partly digested food emptied from the stomach into the duodenum.
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The term used to refer to partially digested food as it moves through the digestive tract.
food in the stomach that is partly digested and mixed with stomach acids. Chyme goes on to the small intestine for further digestion.
a nearly liquid mass of partly digested food and secretions in the stomach and intestine.
thick liquid made of partially digested food and stomach juices; made in the stomach and moves into the small intestine for further digestion.
partially digested food that passes from the stomach to the duodenum
mass of partially digested food passed from the stomach into the duodenum
Food that has been stored, dissolved, and partially digested by the stomach into a solution of hydrochloric acid, enzymes, and food particles.
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A thick liquid of partially digested food and stomach juices found in the stomach.
Thick liquid that moves from the stomach to small intestines.
the solid-liquid mixture of partially digested food, gastric juices and enzymes in the small intestine.
Semi-fluid partially digested food entering the duodenum from the stomach.
Chyme is the liquid substance found in the stomach before passing through the pyloric valve and entering the duodenum. It results from the mechanical and chemical breakdown of a bolus and consists of partially digested food, water, hydrochloric acid, and various digestive enzymes. Chyme slowly passes through the pyloric sphincter and into the duodenum, where the extraction of nutrients begins.