What makes the stomach different from other digestive organs in terms of structure and function?

by Nana Adwoa Adasa
(Ghana)

The stomach, a temporary storage tank, where the chemical breakdown of protein begins and food is converted to a creamy paste called chime. The stomach connects to the oesophagus to the duodenum, firsf part of the small intestine.

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