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Why is muscle needed in the intestine


Question asked by: isaac440

Asked on: 28 Sep 2008

This is because the intestines need to contract in a co-ordinated fashion in order to push matter through them - the only bodily thing capable of doing this is of course muscle, so that's why muscle is needed in the intestine.
By: knowitall
Replied at: 05 Oct 2008
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