BIOS II LAB: Enzymes and Digestion

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Lipase is an enzyme that digests________molecules.

Lipids/Fats

Amylase is an enzyme that digests __________molecules.

Starch (Carbs)

Bile is helpful in preparing __________for digestion

Lipids

The __________ secretes bile salts.

Liver

Polysaccharides are broken apart to yield __________molecules before being completely digested.

disaccharides

Carbohydrates are absorbed into the body in the form of __________ molecules

Glucose

The substance __________ contains several enzymes and is often used to clean contact lenses.

Pancreatin

__________ test is used to detect the presence of starch.

Iodine-potassium

__________ test is used to detect the presence of certain sugars.

Benedicts Solution

__________, here used in fatty cream, is a substance used to detect the presence of acids.

Litmus

Enzymes that break apart proteins are termed __________ enzymes

Proteolitic

Glucose is an example of a(n) __________ type of carbohydrate molecule.

Monosaccharide

Bile ___________ globules of fat.

emulsifies

A(n) __________ is a protein that catalyzes biochemical reactions.

enzymes

Enzymes called __________ digest sugars such as sucrose and maltose.

Pancreatic Amylase

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