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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fish_physiology

Organs such as the liver and pancreas add enzymes and various chemicals as the food moves through the digestive tract.

www.yourarticlelibrary.com/fish/anatomy-and-physiology/digestive-system-in-fishes-with-diagram/88195

The digestive system consists of alimentary canal and its associated glands. ... The alimentary canal of fish consists of mouth, which opens into buccopharynx, ...

www.britannica.com/animal/fish/The-digestive-system

fish - The digestive system: The digestive system, in a functional sense, starts at the mouth, with the teeth used to capture prey or collect plant foods.

myfwc.com/fishing/freshwater/fishing-tips/anatomy

The vent is the external opening to digestive urinary and reproductive tracts. In most ... of some of the organs identified on the above diagram, along with their functions. ... It is also the entry to the genital tract where eggs or sperm are released.

www.earthlife.net/fish/digestion.html

As with all animals digestion in fish involves the breakdown of eaten food into its smaller component parts, amino acids, vitamins, fatty acids etc. which can then ...

seaworld.org/en/animal-info/animal-infobooks/bony-fish/anatomy-and-physiology

The skeleton of a bony fish gives structure, provides protection, assists in leverage, and (along with the spleen ... The digestive system terminates at the anus.

web.utk.edu/~rstrange/wfs550/html-con-pages/v-digest-sys.html

The structural components of a fish's digestive system include the mouth, teeth and gill rakers, esophagus, stomach, pylorus, pyloric caeca, pancreatic tissue ...

infovisual.info/en/biology-animal/internal-anatomy-of-a-bony-fish

Internal anatomy of a bony fish: finned vertebrate animal with skin covered with ... Stomach: part of the digestive tract between the esophagus and the intestine.

www.necropsymanual.net/en/teleosts-anatomy/digestive-system

The digestive system is responsible for all phases of feeding and nutrition, from ingestion, swallowing, digestion and absorption, to egestion (or defecation) in ...