What Best Describes Extracellular Digestion?


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Kath Senior answered
Extracellular digestion is digestion that occurs outside cells, most usually outside the actual organism. So, while in humans digestion occurs inside the digestive system, in organisms such as fungi and some insects, the organism secretes digestive enzymes out onto food and then absorbs the broken down molecules. Fungi do this directly through the cell walls of their hyphae, insects do it by slurping up the digested matter through a proboscis.
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The reign of terror in France lasted from the fifth of September 1793 till the twenty eighth of July 1794. Robespierre is believed to be y some as a non entity in this period but by many he is regarded as an architect or at least one of the central figures of the Reign of Terror. The reign sought to target all internal enemies of the state, defend the Revolution and chase away external enemies. It targeted all its political opponents and finally even ended up claiming the life of Robespierre in what was a faction driven mass murder orgy taking place in France at the time.

Robespierre did not flinch from defending terror and equated it to virtue and a means of purifying France. In the name of enemies of the state a large number of people who were merely suspect lost their lives.

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