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Digestive System

QuestionAnswer
what is digestion the breakdown of food
what is the function of the mouth to break down food into small pieces
what is the function of the oesophagus to carry the food from the mouth to the stomach
what is the function of the stomach to mix the food with the digestive enzymes
what is the function of the liver produce bile (breaks down fat)
what is the function of the pancreas produces digestive enzymes
what is the function of the small intestine to digest the food and it is then absorbed back into the bloodstream
what is the function of the large intestine takes water back to the blood stream
what is the function of the incisors cutting food
what is the function of the canines tearing food
what is the function of the molars + the premolars crushing and grinding food
what is amylase an enzyme which is a biological catalyst
when amylase is present starch turns into maltose. Which of these is the substrate and which is the product starch is the substrate & maltose is the product
Created by: mcraig2020