Topic: Human Digestive System Subtopic: The Small Molecules
How are proteins digested?
Answer: At first, an enzyme known as Proteases acts on large protein molecules and convert them into polypeptides. Polypeptides move to small intestine, as they move into small intestine pancreas secrete an enzyme known as Trypsin. Trypsin converts polypeptides into amino acids. These amino acids are absorbed into blood stream and transported to their destination.
- How can large molecules pass through digestive tract?
- What happens after exchange of substances?
- What is indigestion?
- What happens if excess juice is secreted in stomach?
- What is meant by aerobic?
- What are Cilia and why are they important?