what is the function of appendix of our digestive system
Asked by 5099deepak | 21st Apr, 2019, 08:12: PM
As per sources and studies made on this. The appendix sits in the lower right abdomen. The function of the appendixis unknown. One theory is that the appendix acts as a storehouse for good bacteria, “rebooting” the digestive system after diarrheal illnesses. Other experts believe the appendix is just a useless remnant from our evolutionary past.
Answered by | 21st Apr, 2019, 08:40: PM
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