Water From the Undigested Food Absorbed Mainly In
The length of the large intestine is around 5 feet, and it is very thick. It is located just under the stomach and coils around the tip and lateral borders of the small intestine. It contains bacteria that help break waste and minor nutrient collection while absorbing water. The majority of the water from the undigested food is absorbed in the large intestine. Food must pass through the digestive tract for several hours to reach the big intestine. The leftovers of undigested meals must be removed. In the large intestine, goblet cells use the meal residue's access water for hydration.
☛ Related Questions: