Most absorption of nutrients occurs in the small intestine. And as far as digestion itself, it would be after the food particles are small enough to diffuse through the blood capillaries.
Eighty percent of nutrient absorption occurs in the small intestine. The other 20% occurs in the stomach tissues.
The small intestine is to nutrient absorption as the blood is to nutrient distribution.
The small intestine.
The gut. Or intestines, if you prefer.
Nutrient absorption is a process that organisms use to receive nutrients. Plants do this using their roots in the soil.
Mainly in the small intestine, but nutrient absorption also occurs in the rumen and omasum.
The small intestine, or the duodenum, is where most absorption of nutrients occur.