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.
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.
Gastric juice is mixed with food in the stomach to promote digestion.
Gastric juice breaks down food in your 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 contain HCl which kills germs present in food.
Gastric juices act solely in the stomach. By the time foodstuffs enter the small intestines, it is already a mash.
Gastric juice is produced in the stomach. Gastric juice is produced in the Gastric glands.
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.
The proper term is 'chyme'; or, gastric juices as you called it.
chyme is the mixture of gastric juice and the food intake. gastric juice is released by the hormone gastrin into the stomach.
describe two ways on how the hydrolic acid in the gastric juice contribute in the chemicaldigestion of food in the stomach
Gastric juice is an acid.
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.
The gastric juice is acidic.
The stomach contains hydrochloric acid, which mixes with the food we swallow. In the HCl enzymes are located to digest proteins. Some hormones are also found there to regulate the pH of the 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
The components of gastric juice are pepsinogen, hydrochloric acid, and mucus The components of gastric juice are pepsinogen, hydrochloric acid, and mucus
chyme is formed in stomach. the food we eat is churned and then swollowed as bolus. this bolus is grinded and made into an paste , which is thouroghly mixed with the gastric juice in the stomach, and this is called as chyme.
the active ingredients in gastric juice are pepsin and hydrochloric acid.
There are HCl located within your stomach that forms the gastric juice.
Gastric Juice in ur stomach is a base
Yes. It makes food into chyme, chyme is delicious ;)
because,it breaks down and dissolve the nutrients in food..
Gastric juice is made in the liver and is stored in the gallblader for later use.