Bile - bile is produced in the liver and passes through the left and right hepatic ducts into the gallbladder or common hepatic duct.

A pancreas-line at the Oddi sphincter merges with the common epeand then open together into the horseshoe gut.

From epecontaining salts epe from gall bladderis stored in a small number of epe flows directly into the intestines. The food entering the rat intestine has a number of hormonal and neurological effects, which gall bladder contracts, after which the epe enters the duodenum, where it mixes with the food.

Bile has two important functions: it aids the digestion and absorption of fats, and it removes the haemoglobin staining material from dead red blood cells and excess cholesterol from the small intestinedrains into.