Topic: Human Digestive System Subtopic: Absorption
What happens to glucose in liver?
Answer: Glucose is needed in the process of respiration. There is a constant ratio of glucose in the blood. If the concentration of glucose decreases then liver send the glucose into the blood to maintain the ratio. If the concentration of glucose increases in the blood, liver secretes a hormone named 'Insulin' which converts excess glucose into glycogen.
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