Lecture 6 Absorption2 - Lecture 6 Absorption Cayuga Lake

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Lecture 6 Absorption
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Cayuga Lake http://www.firstgiving.com/davidlevitsky
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Into the Intestine duodenum Stretching: Release of secretin from secretin containing cells Release of Cholecystokinin from CCK containing cells Release of Gastric Inhibiting Protein from GIP containing cells.
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Secretin Pancreas Exocrine Endocrine Bicarbonate Water
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CCK 1.Released by stretching 2.Fatty acids are the most powerful stimulus a. Fatty acids result from lingual and gastric lipase
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Functions of CCK 1.Constrict the pyloric sphincter 2.Causes pancreas (exocrine) to release digestive enzymes - Protease – protein - Lipase – triglycerides - Amylase - starch
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Functions of CCK 1.Constrict the pyloric sphincter 2.Causes pancreas (exocrine) to release digestive enzymes 3.Causes gall bladder to release bile.
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Functions of CCK 1.Constrict the pyloric sphincter 2.Causes pancreas (exocrine) to release digestive enzymes 3.Causes gall bladder to release bile.
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This note was uploaded on 12/18/2011 for the course NS 1150 taught by Professor Levitsky during the Fall '05 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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Lecture 6 Absorption2 - Lecture 6 Absorption Cayuga Lake

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