Assimilation is the conversation of the absorbed digested food into the body material.
CH 11 DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
Amylopsin digests leftover starch into maltose.
Steapsin acts on emulsified fats to split them into fatty acids and glycerol.
Trypsin acts on the remaining proteins and polypeptides to produce smaller peptides and amino acids.
Enamel is the hardest substance in the human body.
The functions of the liver other than the production of bile are:- Control of blood sugar levels. Control of amino acid levels. Synthesis of foetal red blood cells. Production of heparin. Excretion of toxic and metallic poisons. Destruction of dead red blood cells. Production of fibrinogen and prothrombin.
It is the process in which the liver converts excess glucose into insoluble glycogen which can be temporarily stored.
Assimilation is the conversion of the absorbed digested food into body material.
Sucrase digests sucrose in the ileum.
Trypsin digests protein in the duodenum.