Trypsin is much more energetic in its digestive power than the pepsin of the gastric juice.
The solid parts remain, to be acted on by the gastric juice.
It is not desireable to dilute the gastric juice, nor to chill the stomach with large amount of cold liquid.
It injured the gastric juice, so that it could not mix with the food.
Obtain a small quantity of gastric juice from the fresh stomach of a calf or pig, by gently pressing it in a very little water.
Tea checked the flow of the gastric juice which was necessary to digestion.
Doubtless the solvent action of the gastric juice aids in the process.
gastric juice is secreted by cells situated in all parts of the stomach.
Here and there are seen other special cells called parietal cells, P, which are supposed to produce the acid of the gastric juice.
You must not wash it--that would weaken the gastric juice, and injure the rennet.
gastric juice n.
The colorless, watery, acidic digestive fluid that is secreted by various glands in the mucous membrane of the stomach and consists chiefly of hydrochloric acid, pepsin, rennin, and mucin.
|gastric juice |
A fluid secreted by glands lining the inside of the stomach. It contains hydrochloric acid and enzymes, such as pepsin, that aid in digestion.