Nutrition Day 6 - Nutrition Day 6 17:24 The intestine Duodenum o Opening of the intestine Stretching o Release of secretin from secretin containing

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Nutrition Day 6 17:24 The intestine Duodenum o Opening of the intestine Stretching o Release of secretin from secretin containing cells Released into the blood stream to the pancreas Exocrine Produces many chemicals necessary for digestion Bicarbonate water Endocrine Important role getting nutrients into the cells o Release of Cholecystokinin from CCK containing cells Released by stretching  Fatty acids are the most powerful stimulus Come from the stomach and saliva Gall bladder becomes active to absorb fat Functions of CCK Constrict the pyloric sphincter Causes pancreas(exocrine) to release digestive enzymes
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Causes gall bladder to release bile Primes pancreas to release insulin Inhibit appetite? o Release of gastric inhibiting protein (GIP) Inhibits gastric secretions Has insulin like effects Increases glucose uptake
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2009 for the course NUTR 115 taught by Professor Levitsky during the Fall '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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Nutrition Day 6 - Nutrition Day 6 17:24 The intestine Duodenum o Opening of the intestine Stretching o Release of secretin from secretin containing

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