Digestive system, Biology

Digestive system is one of eleven major body organ systems in animals; it converts food from the external environment into the nutrient molecules which can be used and stored by the body and also eliminates solid wastes; it majorly involves five functions: digestion, absorption,  movement, secretion, and elimination.

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