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Large Intestine
...  appendages - pouches that are stuffed with fats - are attached to the superficial portion of the epiploic appendages. The large intestine is supplied with nerves by the superior and inferior mesenteric plexus. The celiac plexus also does a little innervation. Parasympahetic innervation of the large intestines are done by pelvic splanchnic nerves and the vagus nerves. A person knows that  ...

Small Intestine
...  intestine, though, the small intestine is indeed small. It is the body’s primary digestive organ, in charge of the absorption of nutrients. The small intestine is innervated by the superior mesenteric plexus. Sensory fibers reach the small intestine through the postganglionic sympathetic fibers and the preganglionic parasympathetic fibers. Blood supply to the small intestine is provided by  ...

Tunics
...  and food then is undulated all over the digestive system. The pulverization of the food gets easier, too, with the help of digestive enzymes. Between the layers of the muscularis is the myenteric plexus. This is where the most necessary nerve pathway in the gastrointestinal tract is conducted. Nerve fibers and the autonomic nervous system’s ganglion in the myenteric plexus  ...


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