The esophagus is a tube-like organ that runs from the throat down to the stomach. The esophagus allows food to travel from the throat to the stomach via a muscle movement called, 'Peristalsis.'
The esophagus connects the mouth to the stomach. The function of this organ is to carry food, saliva and liquids that enter the mouth then lets the food flow into the stomach.
In human anatomy, the esophagus is the thin tube-like structure that transports food and liquid to the stomach. The esophagus links the throat with the stomach.
At the entrance of the stomach is the lower oesophageal sphincter...
a tube that is part of the digestive system that goes from throat to stomach, where food continues digestion.
in your neck
It starts at the mouth.
to help you breath
Esophagus, you were close!
The oesophagus leads to the stomach
the lining of the esophogus
it is a muscle tube that moves food
No. It stops when it reaches the esophogus.
you have to go to esophogus and do his quest he'll give you the answer