Keeping Healthy/Enzymes In Digestion

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What is the metabolic rate?
Metabolic rate is the speed at which chemical reactions take place in our bodies
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Does the metabolic rate last?
The metabolic rate lasts a while
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What is the job of LDL?
LDl's carry cholesterol from the liver into the cells in our bodies
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Describe the functions of organs in the digestive system?
The pancreas and salivary glands produce digestive juices. The stomach is a hollow organ that digests food. Small intestine digests and absorbs soluble food. Large intestine absorbs water from undigested food, producing faeces.
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What do lipases do?
Lipase's break down fats.
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What does bile do?
Bile neutralises the acid produced in the stomach.
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What do amylase's do?
Amylases catalyses the breakdown of starch into sugar.
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Give an example of where proteases is used in the food industry.
Proteases are used to in baby foods to pre-digest the proteins.
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What organs produce proteases?
Protease is produced by the small intestine, pancreases and stomach.
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