Fatty acids and glycerol are both fat soluble they are at a high concentration in the gut lumen
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Fatty acids and glycerol are both fat soluble they are at a high concentration in the gut lumen

Fatty acids and glycerol are both fat soluble. They are at a high concentration in the gut lumen.


Fatty acids and glycerol are both fat soluble they are at a high concentration in the gut lumen

Glucose concentration is high in the lumen. It moves through the membrane at the microvilli and then through the membrane again beside the capillary. The transport of glucose seems to be limited when sodium concentration is low or when ATP production is inhibited.


Fatty acids and glycerol are both fat soluble they are at a high concentration in the gut lumen

MOUTH

Mechanical digestion: ___________________________________________________ pH = _______________

Chemical digestion: Juice = _____________________________ Secretary organ = _______________________

Enzyme = ___________________________ Converts: ____________________ into: ______________________

Enzyme information: __________________________________________________________________________

Role of mucus: _______________________________________________________________________________

Additional information: ________________________________________________________________________

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