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Amylase Ptyalin

In animals the highest concentrations of amylase are found in the saliva and in the pancreas.

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INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE ON THE AMYLASES OF COLD
made at each temperature with frog amylase and at the two lower temperatures with ptyalin. The experimental procedure was as follows. 50 c.
Breast to Bowl:
they start to secrete salivary amylase (ptyalin), which is essential for digesting carbohydrates.
decay. viscous food-such as dried figs, preserves made with honey
that with the increase in the concentration of the salivary amylase (ptyalin), the incidence of caries also increased.
colorimeter
investigate the products of the reaction. Investigations with α-amylase α-amylase is present in saliva.
Lab #12: Digestive Physiology
to be chemically digested in the digestive tract, as chemical digestion begins in the oral cavity through a salivary enzyme called salivary amylase (or ptyalin).

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Alpha-Amylase - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This form of amylase is also called "ptyalin" /ˈtaɪəlɪn/.
amylase: Definition from Answers.com
In animals the highest concentrations of amylase are found in the saliva and in the pancreas.
ptyalin: Definition from Answers.com
ptyalin n.
amylase - diastase, pancreatic amylase, salivary amylase, ptyalin
amylase.
Carbohydrates - How Carbohydrates Are Digested And Used By

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