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|Human colon | SMZ171 stereomicroscope | Moticam 10|
In the large intestine (colon) resorption takes place of the remainders of the digested food and liquid, which makes the stool thicker and makes it gliding by the addition of mucus. The wall of the large intestine consists of the typical layers for the digestive tract: the mucosa, submucosa, muscularis and serosa. The lumen is subdivided by numerous crescent-shaped folds.