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Biology, 22.06.2019 21:00 beiachapman122

What do you call the long folded tube inside the body attached to the stomach where nutrients in the food are absorbed?

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Answer from: tez87

The answer is:   "small intestine"  ;

    { which is also called the:  "small bowel " } ;

           and consists of the:  " duodenum, jejunum, and ileum ."

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Answer from: robert7248

Hello

The answer is small intestine.

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Answer from: ani61

Small intestine

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Answer from: Quantajah

The Answer is Small Intestine

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A small intestine is attached to the stomach and goes all the way to the anus. Despite it's name it is not really small. It was average size. 20 feet long and about one inch thick in diameter. However, the size can greatly vary in some people from as small as 10 feet to as large as 34 feet.

As our food passes through the small intestine, small fibers start to absorb as much nutrients and minerals it can from the food.

Along with humans it is found in every four-limbed animal and is particular large in herbivors.

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