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Answer Very Briefly, Why Should the Blood Going Away from the Stomach and Intestines Pass Through the Liver and Not Directly to Heart? - Biology

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ConceptCirculatory System - Blood Vessels - Aorta, Pulmonary Trunk, Coronary Artery and Vein, Vena Cava.

Question

Answer very briefly, Why should the blood going away from the stomach and intestines pass through the liver and not directly to heart?

Solution

The blood from the stomach and the intestine goes to liver before going to the heart. Liver monitors the substances before passing into the body. Excess of glucose is retained by the liver in the form of glycogen and the excess amino acids are broken down by the liver. Harmful chemicals are detoxified and bacteria are destroyed and excess minerals, water and vitamins are stored in the liver.

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Solution Answer Very Briefly, Why Should the Blood Going Away from the Stomach and Intestines Pass Through the Liver and Not Directly to Heart? Concept: Circulatory System - Blood Vessels - Aorta, Pulmonary Trunk, Coronary Artery and Vein, Vena Cava..
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