An animal's digestive tract.
a long tube in the sharks body that food goes through to get to the stomach; the intestine
A word in common use to describe the large and small intestine (see bowel, large intestine, small intestine).
The lower part of the digestive tract relating to the small and large intestines or bowel.
another word for bowel or intestine.
The lower part of the alimentary canal, between the stomach and the anus. An alternative term would be the intestines.
responsive string made from animal intestines used to string rackets.
The passageway in an animal or insect that leads from the mouth to the anus. It is essential to the ingestion of food, digestion and conversion of the nutrients in food, and the elimination of the leftovers (fecal material).
A term that refers to all or part of the alimentary canal, through which foods pass from the mouth to the intestines and wastes move from the intestines to the anus. Although the word is considered a bit crude in everyday life, physicians and bio logical scientists concerned with this part of the anatomy use it regularly.
Body cavity formed between the mouth and anus in which food is digested and nutrients absorbed; it consists of the mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, intestine, and anus, though some animals do not have all these regions.
The intestines of a fish.