The salivary glands produce lipase which breaks down lipids (fats) and amylase which breaks down the sugar amylose. They also produce a weak antibiotic.
The major enzyme produced by the salivary glands is amylase.
The salivary glands produce two enzymes: amylase which begins the digestion of sugars and lipase which begins the breakdown of lipid (fats). They also produce lysozyme a weak antibacterial.
These glands produce no hormones. They produce two enzymes: lipase and amylase. Plus lysozyme, a weak antibacterial.
The salivary glands work more. They produce more saliva. More enzymes are secreted. The saliva pass to the mouth cavity.
Salivary glands are glands in the mouth that produce spit (saliva). In this spit is a chemical called enzymes that break down food.
Glands are organs which produce enzymes or hormones in the body and examples are thyroid gland in the neck, salivary gland in the mouth, pancreas and adrenal glands the the abdomen
The salivary glands in the mouth produce saliva.
Salivary glands and pancreas.
The enzyme amylase (for breaking down starch) is produced by the salivary glands along with water and mucus
The salivary glands in your mouth secretes saliva that contains enzymes that help breakdown starch when you're eating.
The salivary glands produce and secrete saliva into the mouth.
No, they come from special glands in the mouth called salivary glands.
Your salivary glands i think ...google It!
The salivary glands, the stomach, and the small intestine.
In the salivary glands, beneath the tongue.
The salivary glands produce and secrete saliva. Acini, which are clusters of cells, are the basic units of the galnds, these cells secrete a fluid containing water, electrolytes, mucus, and enzymes.