Maltase: Breaks down maltose into glucose.
Sucrase: Breaks down sucrose into glucose
Trypsin: Breaks down polypeptides into dipeptides.
Peptidases: Breaks down dipeptides into amino acids
Lipase: Breaks down fates (lipids) into fatty acids and glycerol.
From the pancreas mainly 4 chemicals are produced
Pancreatic amylase: Breaks down starch into maltose.
Sodium hydrogen carbonate (NaHCO3): Neutralizes acids from the stomach and provides alkaline pH in the duodenum.
Lipase: Breaks down fats into fatty acids and glycerol.
Trypsin: Breaks down starch into maltose.
Pepsin: Digestive enzyme, which breaks down proteins into smaller polypeptides.
Pepsinogen: An inactive form of pepsin that is then activated by the hydrochloric acid.
Venule: The vein that carries amino acids and monosaccharides. They are found in the villi.
Appendix: A vestigial organ located the between the ileum and colon.
Arteriole: The vein that transports blood in the villi.
Caesium: Another vestigial organ located near the appendix.
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