the simple stomach differs from the esophagus because it?

A) has cells possessing microvilli

B) has a third layer in the muscularis called the oblique muscle layer

C) secretes trypsin

D) doesn't digest food as the intestine does

2 Answers

  • Over the submucosa, the muscularis externa in the stomach differs from that of other GI organs in that it has three layers of smooth muscle instead of two.

    Answer: B)

  • the answer is B because in the simple stomach,it has the third layer in the muscularis called the oblique muscle layer.

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