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The stomach produces hydrochloric acid as a primary aid to digestion.
it help digest food in the stomach,made from hydrochloric acid
stomach acid is chemical digestion
Digestion in the stomach is stimulated by its lower pH, caused by hydrochloric acid (about 0.1 molar, pH = 1)
Acid is found in the stomach, because the acid helps in digestion.
Yes, Digestion occurs in the Stomach. Only Acid digestion!
HCL (hydrochloric acid) begins digestion in stomach.
in digestive system (stomach)
Acid is created in the stomach as part of the digestion process.
The stomach contains strong acids to help with digestion and the breaking up of foods.
Saliva, amylase, mechanical and chemical digestion, muscles, mucus, stomach acid.
The stomach produces hydrochloric acid to aid digestion.
Yes, the stomach contain hydrochloric acid (HCl) - as an aid for digestion.
HCL (HYDROCHLORIC ACID) is the acid that helps in human digestion.
Prior to going to the small intestine, the stomach breaks down food with its digestive juices (hydrochloric acid).
The stomach produces hydrochloric acid to aid digestion
No. Not normally. The stomach produces hydrochloric acidas an aid to digestion.
Hydrochloric acid Hydrochloric acid
The high acid content of the stomach inhibits the enzyme activity, so carbohydrate digestion is suspended in the stomach.
in the mouth (saliva) in the stomach (stomach acid)