Flashcards in VII Deck (27):
Where do enzymes produced in the intestinal glands function?
What is maltase hydrolysis reaction?
Maltose to 2 glucoses
What is sucrase hydrolysis reaction?
Sucrose to glucose and fructose
What is lactase hydrolysis reaction?
Lactose to glucose and galactose
Where are maltase sucrase and lactase produced?
Where do enzymes produced in the pancreas function?
What is pancreatic amylase hydrolysis reaction?
Starch to maltose
What is salivary amylase also called?
What is salivary amylase hydrolysis reaction?
Starch to matose
Which enzymes are involved in carbohydrate digestion?
Maltase sucrase lactase pancreatic amylase salivary amylase
Where do protein digestion enzymes function? Except for pepsin.
Where is trypsin produced?
What does trypsin do?
Hydrolyzes peptide bonds, converts chymtrypsinogen into cymotrypsin
Where is cymotrypsin produced?
What does cymotrypsin do?
Hydrolyzes peptide bonds
Where is carboxypeptidase produced?
What does carboxypeptidase do?
Hydrolyzes terminal peptide bonds at carboxyl end.
Where is aminopeptidase produced?
What does aminopeptidase do?
Hydrolyzes terminal peptide bond at amino end.
Where are dipeptidases produced?
What do dipeptidases do?
Hydrolyzes pairs of amino acids.
Where is enterokinase produced?
What does enterokinase do?
Converts trypsinogen to trypsin.
Where is pepsin produced?
Chief cells in gastric glands
Where are chief cells?
Where does pepsin function?