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05/02/112 Digestão humana
05/02/113 Boca Saliva: –Ptialina: amilase salivar –Ambiente neutro –pH = 7,0
05/02/116 Estômago Suco gástrico: –HCl + Pepsinogênio (pepsina) –pH = 2,0 quimo
05/02/117 Pepsina e pepsinogênio
05/02/119 Duodeno quilo
05/02/1110 Digestão no duodeno Suco entérico:dissacaridases peptidase Suco pancreático:HCO 3 amilase e lipase tripsina e quimiotripsina (proteases) nucleases (DNAse e RNAse) Bílis (bile): emulsionadora de gorduras (sais de colesterol) produzida no fígado pH = 8
05/02/1111 Absorção fígado
05/02/1112 Absorção de intestino grosso
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