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Overview of the course

Aprajita Shankhdhar
Loves teaching and tries to simplify teaching learning process as much as possible by my side NEET \ AIIMS \ CTET.

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  1. DIGESTION AND ABSORPTION FOR NEET AND AIIMS


  2. Digestion and absorption overview of the course Pesented by : Aprajita Shankhdhar unacademy


  3. TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED Digestive System Digestion of Food Absorption of Digested Products a Disorders of Digestive System


  4. INTRODUCTION (NCERT) Food is one of the basic requirements of all living organisms. The major components of our food are carbohydrates, proteins and fats. Vitamins and minerals are also required in small quantities. Food provides energy and organic materials for growth and repair of tissues. The water we take in, plays an important role in metabolic processes and also prevents dehydration of the body. Biomacromolecules in food cannot be utilised by our body in their original form. They have to be broken down and converted into simple substances in the digestive system. This process of conversion of complex food substances to simple absorbable forms is called digestion and is carried out by our digestive system by mechanical and biochemical methods.


  5. ALFONSO CORTI Italian anatomist, was born in 1822. Corti began his scientific career studying the cardiovascular systems of reptiles. Later, he turned his attention to the mammalian auditory system. In 1851, he published a paper describing a structure located on the basilar membrane of the cochlea containing hair cells that convert sound vibrations into nerve impulses, the organ of Corti. He died in the year 1888.


  6. FAILURE IS ONLY THE copctunitu "Learn everything that is good from others, but bring it in, and in your own way adsorb it; do not become others." BEGIN AGAIN, ONLY THIS TIME MORE -Swami Vivekananda