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Gastric Secretions

Digestive System

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Found in stomach lining, made by G cells, increases hydrochloric acid production, tells fundus to relax/ expand for food accomodation Gastrin
Found in stomach, absorption of vitamin B12 Intrinsic Factor
Found in stomach, repairs stomach lining, enhances blood flow, stimulates glands to produce bicarbonate, inhibits release of gastrin, large role in inflammatory processes in the body Prostiglandins
Found in the duodenum, produced in the small intestine, slows gastric emptying, increase intestinal movement Cholecystokinin
Found in the duodenum, produced in the liver, makes fat more soluble, stored in gallbladder Bile
Found in duodenum, produced in duodenum, slows gastric emptying, inhibits peristalis, causes fundus to relax Secretin
Found in the stomach, made by parietal cells, accounts for stomach pH Hydrochloric Acid
Found in saliva, produced in the pancreas, digests lipids, found in young animals while nursing Lipase
Found in saliva, made in the pancreas, breaks down sugar from starch, only found in some species. Amylase
Found in the oral cavity, produced by salivary glands, moistens, shapes and softens food. Amylase and lipase found here. Saliva
Found throughout the GI tract, produced by goblet cells , protective coating to prevent damage from harsh pH, goblet cells produce mucin which mixes with intestinal fluid. Mucus
found in the small intestine, produced by the pancreas, pH buffer, neutralizes chyme inthe duodenun, alkalizing Phosphate
found in the small intestine, produced by the pancreas, pH buffer, neutralizes chyme, alkaliing Sodium bicarbonate
found in the stomach, produced by the chief cells. Breaks down protein into peptides pepsinogen
Which ones are produced by the pancreas? sodium bicarbonate, Phosphate, amylase,lipase
Which gastric secretion is produced by goblet cells and found throughout the GI tract Mucus
Which secretions are found in the duodenum? Bile, secretin, cholecystokinin
Which secretions are found in the stomach? Pepsinogen, intrinsic factor, gastrin, hydrochloric acid, prostiglandins
which secretions are found in the oral cavity? Saliva. amylase, lipase
Which secretions are found in the small intestine? Phosphate and sodium bicarbonate.
Created by: epcarter
 

 



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