Liv1234
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HELP PLEASE ASAP
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anonymous
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Bicarbonate is basic so it tends to be released more by the pancreas when the small intestine is more acidic (contains HCL). When there are proteins in the small intestine the pancreas releases some protease - which is a digestive enzyme which breaks it down into peptides or individual amino acids, bicarbonate also is released and has an action on proteins. The pancreas releases large amounts of lipase which digests fats into short chain fatty acids or smaller fats, but bicarbonate doesn't really react with fats. These questions are all about interpreting the graphs, and if you can understand what's happening you will get the answer. Hope this helps :)

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Liv1234
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anonymous
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hey I am on
Liv1234
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Yay! Can you help me with this question?(:
anonymous
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I agree with the girl
Liv1234
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Me too, I'm just having trouble with how I'm supposed to write my answer.
anonymous
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like this Bicarbonate is basic so it tends to be released more by the pancreas when the small intestine is more acidic (contains HCL). When there are proteins in the small intestine the pancreas releases some protease - which is a digestive enzyme which breaks it down into peptides or individual amino acids, bicarbonate also is released and has an action on proteins. The pancreas releases large amounts of lipase which digests fats into short chain fatty acids or smaller fats, but bicarbonate doesn't really react with fats
anonymous
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or just summarize it
Liv1234
  • Liv1234
Can you help me with another?
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anonymous
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sorry don't know
Liv1234
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Okay, thank you though.
anonymous
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np
anonymous
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@Liv1234 if I didn't explain my answer properly enough you can tag me for help I don't mind.
Liv1234
  • Liv1234
@ShizukaTheOtaku can you help me find a way to write the answer into an answer please?
Liv1234
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Never mind, I got it(:
Liv1234
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@ShizukaTheOtaku Can you help me with this one though?
anonymous
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@Liv1234 Have you learnt about how the heart works before?

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