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What is the function of liver in bile production?
The function of the liver is that it creates it. It has special cells called hepatocytes to produce it. And then it sends it on its way to be stored in the gall bladder or drained directly into the stomach to assist in digestion of fats. There is a whole interconnected system of ductwork that the liver uses for the bile to travel down - usually called the biliary tree. Bile is first collected from the cells in the bile canaliculi, which merge into bile ducts, then the left and right hepatic ducts, and then the common hepatic duct. From there - it can either swing into the gall bladder via the cystic duct, or continue downward into common bile duct - which connects into the duodenum.
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Bile(produced by the liver) breaks fat particles into smaller ones. it has 3 main functions- 1. DIGESTIVE FUNCTIONS- bile salts, major constituents of bile, …help in fat digestion in 2 ways- a) detergent/ emulsifying action- they reduce surface tension of globules breaking them into smaller droplets, thereby increasing surface area. b) activation of pancreatic lipase- which splits neutral fats into fatty acids n monoglycerides. 2. ABSORPTIVE FUNCTIONS- a) absorption of fats n fat soluble vitamins. by forming water soluble complexes of digestive products of fat, called micelles. (hydrotropic action) b) absorption of minerals like iron n calcium. 3. EXCRETORY FUNCTIONS- excretion of- a) lecithin b) bile pigments c)cholesterol d) heavy metals like copper n zinc e) drugs n bacterial toxins It acts as a detergent in the body. It breaks down fats. To emulsify fats. Emulsification means to break the fats up into little globules to increase the surface area so the pancreatic lipase enzymes can act on them more efficiently. there are 5 functions of bile .... 1. neutralization- as bile neutralizes the acidity of chyme,,.. 2.activation-bile activates pancreatic and intestinal juices secretion... 3.emulsification-it emulsifies fats into small particles... 4.hydrotrophic action- bile salts make insoluble fats to mix up.... 5.absorption- bile helps in absorption of fats and fat soluble vitamins.... The function of bile is lipid emulsification. This is the breakdown of lipid droplets and it is necessary to increase the surface area of lipid that is available for enzymatic action. As a result of the increased lipid emulsification, more lipids can be absorbed across digestive epithelium. To emulsify (chew up) fat molecules for easier digestion
Bile has an enzyme that helps break apart fat so that it can be more easily absorbed in the small intestine.
to [help] emulsify lipids
Bile serves two important functions in the digestive system: # It neutralises the acidic stomach juices in the duodenum, providing ideal conditions for enzymes # To ass…isst enzymes even further, bile "emulsifies" fats ie. it splits fat into smaller globules, which provides a greater surface area for lipid-digesting enzymes to work on.
Bile juice is a juice secreted by bile duct present in liver. It converts bigger fat molecules into smaller soluble molecules called chilomicrons
The liver secretes a basic solution called bile into the small intestines discuss the function of bile in digestion?
It acts as a detergent for fats. It contains lipases to break down fats and also neutralizes HCl from stomach as to avoid burning small small intestines. I hope this helps!
Bile is released into the duodenum, at the top of the small intestine. It acts on lipids that enter the intestines from the stomach. The lipids are emulsified to increase the …surface area for enzymes to break down the lipid molecules.
Lipase cannot function properly upon the substance it is attempting to digest without the help of bile which breaks down that substance. (in digestion the "substance" is any f…ats or lipids) This all occurs after leaving the stomach and entering the small intestine.
Explain how bile produces by the liver and enzymes produced in the pancreas function in the small intestine?
The key chemicals in the mouth are enzymes and amylase. While the key chemicals in the stomach areHCl and pepsin. ... Explain how bile produced by the liver and enzymes pro…duced in thepancreas function in the small intestine . The pancreas produces enzymes that go into the small intestine to break up starches and fats.
How do bile produced by the liver and enzymes produced in the pancreas function in the small intestine?
The bile produced in the liver eats the fats in the food and the enzymes produced in the pancreas breaks down the fats before the the bile eats it because the enzymes break do…wn the fats in to smaller particles It helps neutralize the stomach acid so it wont burn it. as part of the digestive system, the pancreas produces enzymes that flow into the small intestine and help break down starches, proteins, and fats.
No, bile is produced in the liver and then carried to the duodenum (small intestines) and the gall bladder by the bile duct.
Bile is used to aid the digestion process, especially for digestion of fats (lipids) and other dietary nutrients that do not dissolve in water. It acts to break down the food …you eat to allow absorption of the most nutritional agents from the source as possible. Bile is produced by the liver and stored in the gallbladder. It also works to help eliminate bilirubin, which is a product of the breakdown of hemoglobin- the oxygen carrying molecule in our red blood cells.
I dont think so but your liver mainly gets rid of food thats not needed and dries it out you should not trust me im only 11 years old. It might be wrong that all im saying