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Ptyalin

pty·a·lin (t -l n). n. A form of amylase in the saliva of humans and some animals that catalyzes the hydrolysis of starch into maltose and dextrin.

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The Action of Ptyalin in slightly Acid and in slightly Alkaline solutions.
THE RELATION OF PTYALIN CONCENTRATION TO THE DIET
T HE ptyalin concentration in the various salivas was tested by the starch method. are pretty certain to have an actual difference in ptyalin concentration.
THE PTYALIN CONTENT OF HUMAN SALIVA IN OLD AGE' It is
INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE ON THE AMYLASES OF COLD
ptyalin. The experimental procedure was as follows. 50 c.
The unorganized ferments (ptyalin, pepsin, trypsin, microscopic
The unorganized ferments (ptyalin, pepsin, trypsin, rennin and thrombin) are unaffected by staining. %(b).

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Slow Down and Chew
Chemical digestion occurs in the mouth while chewing your food because the secreted saliva breaks down starches with an enzyme called ptyalin, says Andrew W. Saul, a natural health educator who runs www.doctoryourself.

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Alpha-Amylase - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This form of amylase is also called "ptyalin" /ˈtaɪəlɪn/.
ptyalin - definition of ptyalin in the Medical dictionary - by the Free
Also found in: Dictionary/thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia, Hutchinson, 0.03 sec. ptyalin /pty·a·lin/ (ti´ah-lin) α-amylase occurring in saliva.
ptyalin - definition of ptyalin by the Free Online Dictionary
pty·a·lin (t -l n). n.
ptyalin: Definition from Answers.com
ptyalin n. A form of amylase in the saliva of humans and some animals that catalyzes the hydrolysis of starch into maltose and dextrin.
Ptyalin - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
Definition of PTYALIN. : an amylase found in the saliva of many animals that converts starch into sugar.

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