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25 June, 23:35

In the small intestine, where are fatty acids and monoglycerides absorbed?

A. Into the blood capillaries

B. As chylomicrons into the lacteals of the lymphatics

C. By facilitated diffusion

D. By active transport

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  1. 26 June, 00:23
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    Answer:B

    Explanation:when fat are ingested, it has to be emulsified and broken down into monoglycerides, fatty acids. these molecules have a polar hydrophilic end and a non polar hydrophobic end. the fatty acid and monoglycerides that enter the cells of the mucosa are formed back into large tryglycerides molecules, which then forms chylomicros, which are water soluble. they then pass into the lacteal vessels from where there are Transported to meet the body's needs
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