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Where do enzymes produced in the intestinal glands function?

Small intestine

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What is maltase hydrolysis reaction?

Maltose to 2 glucoses

3

What is sucrase hydrolysis reaction?

Sucrose to glucose and fructose

4

What is lactase hydrolysis reaction?

Lactose to glucose and galactose

5

Where are maltase sucrase and lactase produced?

Intestinal glands

6

Where do enzymes produced in the pancreas function?

Small intestine

7

What is pancreatic amylase hydrolysis reaction?

Starch to maltose

8

What is salivary amylase also called?

Ptyalin

9

What is salivary amylase hydrolysis reaction?

Starch to matose

10

Which enzymes are involved in carbohydrate digestion?

Maltase sucrase lactase pancreatic amylase salivary amylase

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Where do protein digestion enzymes function? Except for pepsin.

Small intestine

12

Where is trypsin produced?

Pancreas

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What does trypsin do?

Hydrolyzes peptide bonds, converts chymtrypsinogen into cymotrypsin

14

Where is cymotrypsin produced?

Pancreas

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What does cymotrypsin do?

Hydrolyzes peptide bonds

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Where is carboxypeptidase produced?

Pancreas

17

What does carboxypeptidase do?

Hydrolyzes terminal peptide bonds at carboxyl end.

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Where is aminopeptidase produced?

Intestinal glands

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What does aminopeptidase do?

Hydrolyzes terminal peptide bond at amino end.

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Where are dipeptidases produced?

Intestinal glands

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What do dipeptidases do?

Hydrolyzes pairs of amino acids.

22

Where is enterokinase produced?

Intestinal glands

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What does enterokinase do?

Converts trypsinogen to trypsin.

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Where is pepsin produced?

Chief cells in gastric glands

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Where are chief cells?

Gastric glands

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Where does pepsin function?

Stomach

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What does pepsin do?

Hydrolyzes specific peptide bonds