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After swallowing, the food is moved to the stomach by peristalsis. which takes place in the alimentary canal muscles of the oesophagus contract behind the food (bolus) whistle the mucles infront relax this allows food to be pushed along the oesophagus in a wave like motion

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Oesophagus and peristalisis

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