Topic: Human Digestive System Subtopic: Large Molecules
How can large molecules pass through digestive tract?
Answer: The only way by which carbohydrates, fats and proteins can pass through the digestive tract walls is if they are broken down into smaller molecules by different processes of digestion and break down
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