To start the process of physical digestion.
In your mouth! um..... actually physical digestion takes place in the mouth.....
Chewing is the physical digestion in the mouth.
Digestion is primarily a chemical change which also results in a physical change.
The mouth and stomach have roles in physical digestion, or breaking down food into smaller particles. This physical digestion makes the later chemical digestion more efficient by increasing the surface area on which digestive chemicals can work on the particles.
Digestion can be either chemical or physical - physical digestion occurs when you chew food in your mouth (mastication) or chemical when it is broken down in the stomach (via HCl), just to give a few examples. There are many examples of both chemical and physical digestion.
Digestion is a chemical change.
Mechanical and Physical digestion are the same thing. They are both used to mash food and grind it by using the teeth
all foods require either physical or chemical digestion.
All teeth are used in physical digestion and break-down of food before swallowing.
the start of chemical digestion is the mouth and ends in the small intestine. This is true and the saliva has the power of the chemical digestion
the digestion of proteins begin in the stomach.
By definition mechanical digestion is a physical part of digestion.
Digestion is a chemical process.
When the stomach churns and squeezes the food this is physical digestion. When the enzymes and hydrochloric acid are added, this is chemical change.
Mechanical digestion is considered a physical process and includes actions such as mastication (chewing) and peristalsis (squeezing) of the intestine.
Mechanical digestion stands for the break down of food by chewing. Mechanical digestion is the physical part of the digestion process of the human body.
Physical digestion is the term for breaking down large food molecules into small molecules. Mechanical digestion and physical digestion mean the same thing.