all are enzyme 1. amlase convert carbohydrates to glucose
2. protease convert protein to amino acid
3. lipase convert lipids to fatty acid
amylase, lipase, and protease
Amylase, Protease And Lipase
Amylase, Protease, and Lipase
protease, amylase, lipase, and cellulase
amylase protease lipase
protease, amylase, lipase.
OPTIMUM PH FOR PROTEASE ACTIVITY IS 7 TO 10. AMYLASE 6.7 TO 7.0 LIPASE ( PANCREATIC) 8 TO 9
protease - for proteins lipase. - for fats (lipds) amylase. - for sugar
Sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3), amylase, lipase, protease and trypsin/trypsinogen.
It is produced in the pancreas gland particularly the exocrine pancreas that produce pancreatic amylase,lipase and protease. Trypsin is a protease produced by pancrease
carbohydrase lipase and protease amylase
The pancreas secretes amylase, lipase, protease and hydrogen carbonate into the duodenum in the small intestine.
Yes, because they are proper nouns. Examples: Protease Amylase Lipase Cellulase
The three main enzymes are lipase (breaks down fats/lipids into glycerol and fatty acids), amylase (breaks down carbohydrates into simple sugars), and protease (breaks down proteins into amino acids).
Yes it is. It secretes amylase, protease, lipase and hydrogen carbonate into the duodenum in the small intestine.
Yes it is. It secretes amylase, protease, lipase and hydrogen carbonate into the duodenum in the small intestine
1. trypsin 2.lipase 3. amylase functions-: Trypsin digests protein Lipase digest fat amylase digest starch
Lipase and amylase require an alkaline environment such as what is found in the duodenum of the small intestine. Pepsin functions in the acidic environment of the stomach.
Enzymes are biological catalysts so Amylase, Maltase, Protease, Lipase. Yeast is also a biological catalyst.
Amylase - breaks down carbohydrates.Protease - breaks down proteins.Lipase - breaks down fats/lipids.
the pancreas produces a juice called pancreatic juice. The pancreatic juice contains amylase,lipase and protease.
amylase cellulase lactase lipase maltase protease sucrase they all have there particular function in the human body
there are 4 enzymes in omo, Amylase, Protease, Lipase- which help remove stains. and Cellulase Enzymes- which help whiten the clothes.
No, there is a great difference between lipaseand protease. lipase: digest fats and oils into glycerol and fatty acids. protease: digest protein into amino acids.
# Mouth - amylase # Stomach - protease # Pancreas - lipase, carbohydrases, proteases # Small intestine - [ditto pancreas]