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    ; and detoxify toxic compounds.  One of the main by-products of fermentation are VFA’s and these compounds are absorbed through the rumen wall and used as energy by the animal.   Protein, which is digested in the rumen (digestible intake protein) is used to support microbial growth and functions...
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  • Digestion
    . In the stomach  a. Most of the food is digested b. Most of the nutrients are absorbed C. Protein digestion begins d. Carbohydrate digestion is completed e. None of the choices are correct   14. An Asian egg-eating snake carefully retracts its teeth and engulfs a bird egg whole. Once it has...
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  • Animal Nutrition
    Animal Nutrition Animals eat to grow, repair etc. They simply eat to live. In this unit we will study how animals make use of what they eat. The journey of the food from the mouth to the anus through the alimentary canal includes 5 steps: 1. Ingestion: Taking in pieces of food into the mouth 2...
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  • Digestion of Carbohydrates in Relation to Ph. Levels
    The follow experiment was prepared, conducted and analysed in order to test at which pH level starch will be digested at fastest. The digestive system is a complex network of organs as well as other structures which all work together to supply the body with the necessary nutrients and energy required...
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  • Science
    Different organelles have different functions Plasma Membrane Made mainly of lipids and proteins Regulates substances in/out, has receptor molecules Nucleus Double membrane with pores, contains chromatin and nucleolus DNA controls cell activities...
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  • Dengue
    , O-α-D-glucopyranosyl-(1→2)-D-fructofuranoside, indicates four things: * Its monosaccharides: glucose and fructose * Their ring types: glucose is a pyranose, and fructose is a furanose * How they are linked together: the oxygen on carbon number 1 (C1) of α-D-glucose is linked to the C2...
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  • 7 Digestion
    digested food absorbed? Most of the digested food is absorbed in the small intestine. 19. What is the main function of the large intestine? The main function of the large intestine is to transport waste out of the body and to absorb water from the waste before it leaves. 20...
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  • Carbohydrates
    absorbed until it is digested to a monosaccharide. The enzyme lactase breaks down lactose, found in milk, to galatose and glucose. Lactase, like many other enzymes, serves as a catalyst within living organisms to facilitate the breakdown of complex sugars that our bodies cannot use, such as...
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  • Biology Form 4
    | |9(a) |Able to explain how steamed fish is digested in part R, S and T in the system...
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  • Carbohydrates
    as cancer, heart disease and diabetes. How do CHO give energy to our body? As carbohydrates are digested and broken down by the body, they are converted into glucose (blood sugar), which is then used or stored as energy. If the glucose is not needed immediately, it will be stored in a person's...
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  • Biochemistry: Digestive System Notes
    increase in the pH of the gastric contents, and (3) the presence of undigested materials in the stomach, especially proteins and peptides. The Intestinal phase -begins when chime starts to enter the small intestine. When the chyme contains lipids from the digestion of fats or contains enough HCl to...
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  • Nutrient
    . When absorbing, they can move by simple diffusion, osmosis, facilitated diffusion, or active transport. After the materials in the small intestine are absorbed or digested, if any are too big or leftover it will pass through the large intestine “colon” most of them are mainly water, minerals, and...
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  • Chemistry in Fod
    based on the chemical structure and reflects how quickly sugar is digested and absorbed. 1. Simple carbohydrates Simple carbohydrates are also called simple sugars and are chemically made of one or two sugars. Things like candy, syrups, and soda pop are also straightforward examples of simple...
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  • Essa
    cardiac output Dual blood supply: • 20% from hepatic artery (L and R branches) • 80% from portal vein – drains gut, blood rich in nutrients must pass through liver. [Note: Lipids are mainly absorbed as chylomicrons into gut lymph rather than capillary blood] • Describe how the...
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  • Stuff
    , which enabled the division of the nucleus to be observed. These are examples of how technological advances go hand in hand with the development of the cell theory. Identify cell organelles seen with current light and electron microscopes: A light microscope uses light and focuses with lenses to...
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  • Digestive system
    the attached glands into the lumen of the GI tract. The food needs to be soft to enhance this process so water is needed in the diet. Carbohydrates are broken down to the simple sugars glucose, fructose and lactose, proteins are digested to amino acids while fats or lipids become fatty acids and an...
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  • Biology/ Digestion, Blood, Circluation, Immunity
    not digest How the food is digested in the body Mouth Physical digestion- teeth chew the food to increase the surface area chemical digestion- amalayse in the saliva breaksdown carbohydrates - saliva helps with the taste and lubricates the food to help swallow Stomach · HCl...
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  • Dna Analysis Practical Write-Up
    backbone makes the nucleic acids rather hydrophilic as compared to proteins which are more hydrophobic (Allison L.A; 2012). Spectrophotometry is a versatile analytical tool. The underlying principle of spectrophotometry is to shine light on a sample and to analyze how the sample affects the light...
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  • Yesboss
    molecules in and out - the membrane is a double layer made up of phosphate heads that are hydrophilic (water loving) & lipid tails that are hydrophobic (water hating) Movement of molecules - passive happens when there is a concentration gradient between the outside of the cell and inside...
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  • exam 2 study guide
    down lipids Small Intestine- fat enters, cholecystokinin (CKK) released, signals release of bile from gallbladder Acts as emulsifier Most fat digestion occurs here Absorption Glycerol & short to medium chain fatty acids absorbed directly into bloodstream Monoglycerides & long chain fatty acids...
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