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digestive in Biology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdigestivedi‧ges‧tive /daɪˈdʒestɪv, də-/ adjective [only before noun] 🔊 🔊 HBconnected with the process of digestiondigestive system/organs/juices etc
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digestiveMiss Devenish, obviously used to these interruptions, offered Dougal another digestive biscuit.Is that Troy Aikman or a koala with lower digestive difficulties looking so uncomfortable on the Dallas sideline?The water acts as a solvent for the digestive enzymes secreted into the gut.Theresa began to talk about moderation, and how too much laughing upset the digestive process, but that was funny too.The mouth and digestive system are remarkably well defended against bacteria and other disease-causing, agents.As the churning mass swelled within him his resilient Goblin digestive system got to work on the over-abundance of raw material.Their actual digestive system is that of a carnivore and so bamboo is an unlikely foodstuff to choose.Because it dissolves easily in water, it is rapidly absorbed from the digestive tract and mixes easily with blood.digestive system/organs/juices etcThese include skin, eyes, liver, kidneys, cardiovascular system and digestive system.Well her being human, she thought it might damage our digestive system.The mouth and digestive system are remarkably well defended against bacteria and other disease-causing, agents.Olestra is just something that travels through your digestive system for the sake of the ride.Soon the mere noise of the bell would start their digestive juices running.Your mouth becomes dry as your digestive system slows.The little creatures have an endless appetite, and a digestive system that turns almost anything into perfect compost.The carnivorous digestive system would be useless without the means of catching prey.