Enzymes & Digestion

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What are the 3 BIG MOLECULES?
Starch, Proteins & Fats
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What examples are there of the smaller molecules that the big molecules break down?
Sugar, Glucose and Maltrose
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Where is Bile produced?
Liver
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Where is the Bile stored?
Gall Blader
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Where is the Bile realeased?
Small Intestine
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What acid is too acidic for enzymes in the small intestines?
Hydrochloric Acid
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What does Bile do in the small intestine?
It neutrilises the acid
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What does Bile break things into?
Tiny Droplets
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What does this increase in the digestive system?
The Speed
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What examples are there of the smaller molecules that the big molecules break down?

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Sugar, Glucose and Maltrose

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Where is Bile produced?

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Where is the Bile stored?

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Where is the Bile realeased?

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