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Digestion in The Small Intestine »

Small Intestine

The Small Intestine plays a significant role in digestion of food. The partially digested food from The Stomach passes on into the Small Intestine, where it is acted upon by two other Digestive Juices – The Bile, which comes from the Liver, and the Pancreatic Juice, which is secreted by the Pancreas. Liver and Pancreas Juices » » » »

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Role of Saliva in Digestion »

Saliva and Digestion are very closely related to each other; especially in the case of Starch (or Carbohydrates) Foods. Saliva is basically a juice secreted by some Glands called Salivary Glands; which help in melting and converting the taken Food in the form of Starch  into Sugar (or Glucose) for » » » »

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