oral cavity throat

THE THROAT
is a cavity in the head of, among other mammals and follows immediately after the mouth in front of the esophagus. It is the place where the respiratory and food outlet to the stomach intersect during swallowing. The throat contains two bodies which both belong to another system, the pharynx and larynx. The first part of the digestive system and the larynx is known as the larynx, and is part of the respiratory system.

MOUTH
is a multifunctional organ that contributes to the speech by the formation of the sounds. It is the entrance to the digestive system, which contributes to the mechanical verkauwing of the food and the first step of digestion digestion by amylase and emulsifying by the saliva.

AMYLASE
breaks down starch into smaller pieces. These are then passed through the saliva glue stuck together so there are no loose pieces in the trachea can shoot.

THE TASTE
has a protective function in the power supply, as it can recognize a number of toxic substances, and it can distinguish the nutritional requirements of the body. The mouth may, in addition to the usual neusweg, serve as a passageway for the respiratory system.

MOUTH BREATHING
However, not specially provided for this function. The mouth is finally controlled by different facial muscles. These muscles are mainly used for the facial expressions.

DID YOU KNOW:

Man Gay sapiens or a bipedal primate species in the family Hominidae. Research suggests that modern humans about 200,000 years ago in Africa emerged as a species. Humans have highly developed brains, which he is capable of abstract thinking, language, introspection, problem solving and emotion. Thanks to his intelligence and upright posture, allowing the arms to be free to pick up objects and manipulate, the man much more than other species able to use tools.