Salivary amylase is not able to digest cellulose. Amylase has the ability to digest starch but cellulose is a fibre which in indigestible.
of course it does unless the amylase is boiled, in that case it caant digest it...
Amylase acts on starch.Starch is converted into glucose.
No, amylase hydrolyzes amylose, a carbohydrate.
Type your answer here... salivary amylase is denatured due to acidic in the stomach so to digest the carbohydrates we need new amylase.
The salivary glad produces amylase. It is an enzyme that primarily functions to digest starches. Amylase is also produces in the pancreas.