The amount of gastric juice normally secreted per meal is about 700 ml and about 1-3 liters per day. The juice is not made entirely of HCL, as gastric juice contains several other ingredients including water, electrolytes, digestive enzymes and some mucus.
Gastric juice is produced in the stomach. Gastric juice is produced in the Gastric glands.
Gastric Juice in ur stomach is a base
there is a lining of mucus around the entire stomach that prevents the gastric acid (gastric juice) from penetrating the stomach walls
Food mixes with gastric juice in the stomach, the only place gastric juice should ever be in the body unless there is gastric reflux or perforation of the stomach.
Gastric juice breaks down food in your stomach :)
There are HCl located within your stomach that forms the gastric juice.
Gastric acid is part of the "juices" produced by the stomach.
YES gastric juice is found in the stomach. It helps break the food down on to its simplest form.
Gastric glands that are in the stomach make secretions called Gastric Juice. The muscular walls of the stomach contract vigorously to mix food with gastric juice producing a mixture called chyme.
chyme is the mixture of gastric juice and the food intake. gastric juice is released by the hormone gastrin into the stomach.
Gastric juice, as known is an acidic juice present in the stomach. Pepsinogen in gastric juice conveys it to convert the pieces of food into a thick paste which then continues on. ^_^
Gastric juice,pancrea juice, intestinal juice.
gastric juices are found in the stomach; enzymes, acids, and mucus are in the gastric juices
Gastric juice usually occurs when you are crying. Also when you fiddle with your genitals. It is the liquids secreted by the stomach.
Renin, pepsin and hydrochloric acid (HCl) are substances responsible for the breakdown of food particles in the stomach. These substances are contained in the gastric juice, where the gastric juice is being secreted by the aid of the gastric gland, and the gastric gland is part of the linings of the stomach wall.
because the inside of our stomach is protected by a mucosal layer that prevents its own digestion. Now, it doesn't mean that the inside of the stomach can never be damaged by the gastric juice. An ulcer occurs when this layer of mucus has been destroyed by the acidity of the gastric juice (with the help of certain bacterial infections in the stomach).
excessive secretion of gastric juice or mucus in the stomach
It protects the stomach wall from acid
I'm pretty sure it can. When/if you vomit, the juice that comes out that smells like vomit, chances are that it is gastric juice. All vomit is is the contents of our stomach which includes gastric juices.
The gastric juice from the stomach, pancreatic juice from the pancreas and the bile from the liver all help in the digestion of food in the stomach
Because the stomach is made to be strong enough to handle the gastric juices. The stomach has a mucus membrane on the inside, and its strong enough to withstand the gastric acids.
describe two ways on how the hydrolic acid in the gastric juice contribute in the chemicaldigestion of food in the stomach
mucus coating the inside surface of the stomach
The gastric juice needs to be acid so that it can break down the food to go to the intestine. The muscles of the stomach wall contract vigorously so that the food is mixed with the gastric juice. Pepsinogen is made by the presence of gastric juice. This digests protein. Seeing, smelling, tasting or thinking about food starts the production of gastric juice.
It breaks down proteins. The bolus, which is bits of food, drops down into the stomach. The gastric juice breaks down the bolus into a liquid called chyme. Neutralizes the food mass