Role of pancreatic juice in digestion of proteins.
The pancreatic juice contains inactive enzymes – trypsinogen, chymotrypsinogen, procarboxypeptidases, amylases, lipases and nucleases.
i. Proteins, proteoses and peptones in the chyme reaching the intestine are acted upon by the proteolytic enzymes of pancreatic juice.
ii. Carbohydrates in the chyme are hydrolysed by pancreatic amylase into disaccharides.
iii. Fats are broken down by lipases
iv. Nucleases in the pancreatic juice acts on nucleic acids to form nucleotides and nucleosides.
Diphyodont is the condition of having two set of teeth during the life of an organism. For example : humans are diphyodont as they have two set of teeth namely temporary milk or deciduous teeth which are replaced by permanent or adult teeth.