Lecture 8 I am Wut i eat absorbtion

Lecture 8 I am Wut i eat absorbtion - 8.1 In temporal...

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8.1 In temporal order, the four main processes of food processing are 1) ingestion, digestion, absorption, elimination 2) ingestion, absorption, digestion, elimination 3) absorption, digestion, ingestion, elimination 4) digestion, absorption, ingestion, elimination 5) unigestion, digestion, trigestion, quadgestion 8.2. The small intestine is the major organ of ___________. 1) ingestion 2) digestion 3) absorption 4) digestion and absorption 5) elimination 8.3. Bicarbonate, secreted by the small intestine and the pancreas, 1) Acidifies the stomach so the proteins are digested 2) Neutralizes any acid in the lungs 3) Neutralizes the gastric juice that enters the small intestine 4) Neutralizes the liver acids 5) Both 2 and 4 8.4. Digestion involves the breakdown of ___________ to ____________. 1) acids; bases 2) bases; acids 3) polymers; monomers 4) monomers; polymers 5) enzymes to nucleotides 8.5. The deep infolding of the mucosa of the small intestine increases the surface area necessary for ____________________. 1) secretion 2) absorption 3) both secretion and absorption 4) smooth muscle contraction 5) urea formation 8.6 The action of enterokinase is an example of 1) how tightly the body regulates the activity of proteases 2) how tightly the body regulates the photosynthetic pathway 3) how tightly the body regulates the flow of blood through the liver
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4) how tightly the body regulates the blood pressure
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