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BIO202 - Ch 23 - Chemical Digestion - Marieb/Hoehn - RioSalado - AZ

Starches & sugars are broken down by? Salivary & pancreatic amylase, dextrinase, & glucoamylase.
Broken down carbs become __ & are digested. monosaccharides
Protein digestion begins? In the stomach when pepsin cleaves it.
Protein digestors of the small intestine. Trypsin & chymotrypsin (both pancreas), carboxypeptidase, aminopeptidase, & dipeptidase
__ digestion occurs only in the small intestine. lipid - due to lipases
Major absorptive role of ileum is to reclaim __. bile salts
Micelles Fatty elements clustered together with bile salts - diffuses between microvilli
Iron & calcium absorption occurs? in the duodenum
celiac disease Immune reaction to gluten - intestinal villi damaged
gastroenteritis Inflammation of GI tract
cholecystitis Gallbladder problems
Created by: Ladystorm