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Answered 2008-11-13 03:46:21

Acid Chyme causes Enteroendocrine Cells of the Duodenal Wall to release the hormone Secretin that enters the Blood Stream.. Where as Fatty protein-rich Chyme induces Duodenal Enteroendocrine Cells to release Cholecystokinin into the Blood Stream...

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How is the gut wall adapted to neutralize the stomach acid in the duodenum?

the gland cells secrete mucus, which neutralises the acidity of the chyme produced by the stomach

What is acid chyme?

Acid chyme is a fluid mixture of food and gastric juices.

What organs makes fluid that protects the small-intestine from the acid?

The duodenum has special glands, Brunner's glands, that secrete an alkaline fluid to counteract the acidity of the chyme from the stomach which uses hydrochloric acid as part of its digestion of proteins.

What hormone stimulates gastric acid?

Gastrin stimulates gastric acid secretion in the stomach.

What is the pH for chyme?

Chyme is a liquid - food churn in the stomach in the presence of Hydrochloric Acid which has a pH of 2.0. Therefore Chyme has a pH of about 2.0

Which substance neutralizes stomach acid as chyme enters the small intestine?

Bicarbonate is the secretion that neutralizes stomach acid as chyme enters the small intestine. Bicarbonate is necessary because chyme is highly acidic. Bicarbonate is created in the pancreas.

Where is acid and chyme found?

Your gastric cavity or stomach

Does the stomach produce a fluid that neutralizes acid in the chyme?


What is the most direct result of the presence of acid chyme in the small intestine?

because of it low pH(making it acidic), the duodenum (the first section of the small intestine) secretes cholecystokinin (CCK), which causes the gallbladder to secrete bile.

What secrete hydrochloric acid?

the stomach

What is the combination of food gastric juices and hydrochorloric acid?


Why does the stomach secrete acid?

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What cells secrete hydrochloric acid?


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What neutralizes acid chyme when it enters the duodenum?

Bicarbonate secretions from the pancreas

What two substances change food into chyme?

Hydrochloric acid and pepsin

In which organ does food get mixed with enzymes and acid to make chyme?


What is the thick acid your stomach make called?

chyme Pronounced (cyme)

What is the function of Bicarbonate secreted by duodenal wall in digestive system?

Secretion of bicarbonate from epithelial cells is considered to be the primary mechanism by which the duodenal mucosa is protected from acid related injury.

Is bicarbonate released into the duodenum during the process of digestion?

The statement that bicarbonate is released into the duodenum during the process of digestion is true. The Brunner glands in the duodenum secrete mucus that contains sodium bicarbonate which neutralizes the acid in chyme thereby protecting the duodenum.

What stomach's gastric glands secrete?

hydrochloric acid

What is the usual cause of heartburn?

reflux of acid chyme from the stomach into the lower esophagus

The stomach mixes the food with the secretions of the stomach wall to form?

acid chyme

When does food become chyme?

When the hydrochloric acid in the stomach breaks down the food.

Do insects secrete uric acid?

Insects excrete uric acid as a metabolic residue.

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