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suggest some good topics for bio project class 11
what is the function of rugae in stomach?
Explain process of absorption of digested food
what is the difference between caloric fuel value and physiological fuel value?
plz dont give the definitions, i have read them in my boo, bt i dont undrstand.. explain in ur own simple words what the diff is.
Bile juice contains no digestive enzymes, yet it is important for digestion. Why?
Describe the hostology of human alimentary canal.
what is the difference between rennin and renin
what is the difference between valve and sphincter ? Rply soon
What is the difference between villi and rugae?
give a brief note on alimentary canal
what's the dental formula of a human baby
why salivary amyalse is absent in the herbivorous and carnivorous like cow buffalow lion tiger etc but present in the pigs
Describe the digestion of fats n the human alimentary canal.
Q. WHAT DOES MASTICATION OF FOOD MEAN?
digestion process in human being
function of oesophagus
WHAT IS GLOTTIS AND EPIGLOTTIS
what is gastro sphincter ?
why are villi not present in the stomach?
the process of digestion of protein in stomach.
why are villi present in the intestine and not in the stomach????
difference between papillae and taste buds???
difference between homodont and hetrodont
the main steps in the digestion of proteins as the food passes
through different parts of the alimentary canal.
Q) How does saliva act as self defence???
What is the function of sodium glycocholate and sodium taurocholate in bile juice?
what do we got dental formula of adult human 2123/2123????
removal of undigested food from the body through the anus is not considered part of excretion
Why pancreas are both endocrine and exocrine glands ??
what is the use of sphincter muscle in human digestive system?
which is the non-digestive enzyme?
explain role of large intestine in digestion
what is the difference between enzyme and proenzyme?
1. How adult human digest milk protein and milk sugar?
2. Name the enzymes secreted by pancreas and specify the substrate and the product of each...
3. Amylase is secreted by 2 different glands name them.What is the action of amylase on food??
discuss the basic plan and action of typical alimentary canal of multicellular organisms.
DISCUSS THE MAIN STEPS IN TJE DIGESTION OF PROTEIN AS THE FOOD PASSES THROUGH DIFFERENT PARTS OF ALIMENTARY CANAL
Give some topics for biology investigatory projects based on human body?
do herbivores produce saliva with salivary amylase or without salivary amylase.? i read on the net that herbivored n omnivores produce salivary amylase whereas carnivores dont.
bt im reading Dinesh publication biology objective book, it says salivary amylase is absent in herbivores..
which one is true? shud i refer to dinesh for NEET? Can u suggest a best buk for reference in biology for NEET? plz just temme the best one or two..dont give me a big liwt, its hard to choose.
What are infra orbital salivary glands? In which organisms are they found? What is the speciality of them?
caecum is a small blind sac which hosts some symbiotic micro organisms.
why is caecum called a blind sac ?
it has been observed that the process of digestion is faster inside the stomach than outside because?
give the systematic position of man
Q5 How does major nutrient present in chapatis eaten by you gets digested and finally absorbed in alimentary canal?
what is the site of fat digestion in humans .name the enzyme that digests fats . mention the end products of far digestion ?
why are villi present in small intestin not in stomach?
What is the use of electrolytes in saliva?
Wat is the difference between villi and rugae??
Q)Why proteinease generally released in inactive form???
for the ts of gut if we observe the diagram it has inner longitudinal outer circular?
In human, starch digestion begins in the buccal cavity, but stops in stomach. Why?
how would it affect the digestion of proteins if there is blockage in the pancreatic duct
role of pancreatic juice in digestion of proteins.
Which of the following enzymes carries out the initial step in the digestion of milk in humans? AIPMT 2011
The answer is given as pepsin, but in infants it is rennin. Kindly explain it sir/mam.
What is the role of gall blader?what may happen if it stops functioning or is removed?
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