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FDSCTE 201 Guide for Digestion

FDSCTE 201 Guide for Digestion - Small Intestine 7 What is...

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FDSCTE 201 Digestion 1. List the four stages of digestion Ingestion Digestion Absorption Elimination 2. What is the role of salivary glands in digestion? Salivary glands secrete which Lubricates the food to make it easier to swallow Buffers Contains antimicrobial substances Contains amylase to digest starch 3. What digestive substance is produced in the liver? 4. What is the role of gall bladder in digestion? Bile. Bile is produced from cholesterol and stored in the gall bladder. Bile contains compounds that serve as emulsifiers. Emulsifiers allow oil and water to mix. (Read More Page 6) 5. List three possible roles of acid in the stomach? Mucous cells - produce mucous that lubricates and protects lining. Parietal cells - secrete hydrochloric acid Chief cells – Secrete Pepsinogen 6. Where does most of the breakdown of food occur during digestion?
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Unformatted text preview: Small Intestine 7. What is the role of pancreas in digestion? 1. Releases critical enzymes for digestion 2. Neutralizes acid by releasing bicarbonate 8. Where does most absorption of food and water occur during digestion? Food-Small Intestine Water-Large Intestine 9. What happens to sugars that are not absorbed during digestion? 10. What is the role of bile salts during digestion? https://carmen.osu.edu/d2l/lms/content/viewer/main_frame.d2l?ou=9602994&tId=3503426 https://carmen.osu.edu/d2l/lms/content/viewer/main_frame.d2l?ou=9602994&tId=3503426 Key Words Mouth Tongue Salivary Glands Stomach Liver Gall Bladder Pancreas Small Intestine Large Intestine Bile Emulsification Enzymes Absorption Digestion...
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