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 Proteins must first be enzymatically degraded to single amino acids before entering the capillaries of the hepatic portal system. Is this true or false? What is the significance of this? Is absorption of carbohydrates and lipids restricted to monomers? Explain.

117) Draw a cell that secretes bicarbonate into the lumen of the pancreas, selecting transporters from the following list (you may not need them all):

118) Compare and contrast gastrin, CCK, secretin, GIP, motilin, and glucagon-like peptide 1. In your answer, include the following details for each term: secreted by, target(s), effects, and stimulus for release.

119) Draw a map of the enteric nervous system response and include: stimuli, receptors, integrating centers, efferent path, and tissue response.

120) Diagram peptide absorption from the lumen into the portal vein. Be sure to include transporters and label the lumen, portal vein, apical membrane, and basolateral membrane.

 

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