Adaptations of the Ileum for Effective Function

State and explain how the ileum is adapted to perform its function.
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- It is long to increase the surface area of absorption of food.
- It is richly supplied with blood to transport digested food.
- It is coiled to reduce the speed of flow of food and allow it to be fully digested /to occupy a smaller space/give more time for absorption.
- It has villi to increase surface area of absorption of food.
- It has a thin epithelium to allow faster diffusion of food molecule .
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October 03, 2023

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