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ANSC%20230%20ws6 - Brunner’s, Brush border, vili, crypt,...

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ANSC 230 Worksheet #6 1. _____________ is a degradation product of heme from RBCs. 2. When food reaches the lumen of the stomach the ____________ release several different secretions to start breaking down nutrients. ______ secrete mucous to protect the epithelium of the gastrointestinal tract. Gastrin is released from the ____________ which stimulates the ____________ to release HCl. ___________ secrete the inactivate form of pepsin known as___________. The activation of this substance is achieved by the HCl release from ______________. 3. What type epithelium makes up the esophagus? 4. Describe the anatomical features in the small intestine including these words:
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Unformatted text preview: Brunner’s, Brush border, vili, crypt, columnar, life span, surface area, absorption 5. What is the role of bile, where is it stored, and what stimulates it to be released? 6. Create a paragraph that traces the digestion of protein using the words: Bicarbonate, proteases, inactive, pancreas, CCK, peptides, trypsin, HCl 7. Liver cells are also called __________. These are organized into functional units called ________. The liver degrades amino acid by converting nitrogen into ____________ that will be eliminated in urine. Irreversible damage where scar tissue replaces functional tiss is termed ______________....
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2012 for the course ANSC 230 taught by Professor Scottmills during the Fall '11 term at Purdue.

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