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The digestive system is made
out of organs.
Organs are made out of
Gastric juice is partly made of mucus.
Mucus lines the stomach so that gastric juice
doesn't damage stomach tissue.
Similar cells make up tissue.
The stomach, an organ, contains
Food passes through your pharynx
as food moves from your mouth.
The esophagus is the part of
the digestive tube that connects
the pharynx and the stomach.
The liquid chyme from the stomach,
empties into the small intestine.
The large intestine takes undigested material from the
small intestine and reabsorbs the water and some minerals.
Any undigested materials at this point are called feces and are stored in the rectum.
The feces is then eliminated through the anus.