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Digestion

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on 31 March 2014

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Transcript of Digestion

Mouth
Teeth
break down
food
Salivary amylase begins digestion of food
Tongue
rolls
food
into balls
before
swallowing
Salivary Glands
Produce saliva
contains
sALIVARY aMYLASE
Oesophagus
it's Walls
contract and relax
alternatively to push food down into the stomach

The
Food
travelling through it are called
Bolus
Stomach
Produces
Protease
,
water
and
hydrochloric
acid
.
Protease
breaks down
proteins into smaller
molecules
Food is
churned
and

thus
broken down
The partly digested
food
is called
chyme
Small Intestine
H
u
m
a
n

D
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g
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s
t
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S
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s
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m

Produces
protease
,
lipase
and
maltase
Protease
digests proteins
to
amino acids
Lipase
digests fats
to
fatty acids
and
glycerol
Maltase
digests maltose
to
glucose
Absorbs digested food
into blood stream
Liver
Produces
bile
Breaks up
fats into
smaller
fat
droplets
Process is called
emulsification
Large Intestine
(colon)
Absorbs water and mineral salts
Large Intestine
( rectum )
Stores faeces ( undigested food ) temporarily
Anus
Exit which faeces leave the body by
End of Presentation ;
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