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Which organ is responsible for the release of sodium bicarbonate, a chemical needed to neutralize stomach acid? The stomach The Duodenum The Liver The Gallbladder The PancreasBIO 1322nutritionmodule 3... quizbio quizWhich of the following is known as an accessory organ in the digestive process? The Heart The Duodenum The Kidney The Gallbladder The Lungs The GallbladderVitamins and minerals are absorbed Water is absorbed Amino acids are absorbed Glucose is absorbed Fiber is absorbed.Which type of absorption mechanism requires a selective protein carrier and ATP energy? Facilitated diffusion Passive diffusion Active transport Passive transport Nutrient activitWhat is the correct process of protein synthesis? DNA is transcribed to mRNA which is translated to Protein. mRNA is transcribed to DNA which is translated to Protein Protein is transcribed to mRNA which is translated to DNA Protein is transcribed to DNA which is translated to mRNA DNA is transcribed to Protein which is translated to mRNA.Which organ is responsible for the release of sodium bicarbonate, a chemical needed to neutralize stomach acid? The stomach The Duodenum The Liver The Gallbladder The PancreasBIO 1322nutritionmodule 3quizbio quizWhich of the following is known as an accessory organ in the digestive process? The Heart The Duodenum The Kidney The Gallbladder The Lungs The GallbladderVitamins and minerals are absorbed Water is absorbed Amino acids are absorbed Glucose is absorbed Fiber is absorbed.Which type of absorption mechanism requires a selective protein carrier and ATP energy? Facilitated diffusion Passive diffusion Active transport Passive transport Nutrient activitWhat is the correct process of protein synthesis? DNA is transcribed to mRNA which is translated to Protein. mRNA is transcribed to DNA which is translated to Protein Protein is transcribed to mRNA which is translated to DNA Protein is transcribed to DNA which is translated to mRNA DNA is trans [Show More]

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