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Select the correct match of the digested products in humans given in column I with their absorption site and mechanism in column (II).

  • Column I

    Column II

    Glycine and glucose

    Small intestine and active absorption

  • Column I

    Column II

    Fructose and Na+

    Small intestine passive absorption

    Column I

    Column II

    Glycine and glucose

    Small intestine and active absorption

  • Column I

    Column II

    Glycerol and Fatty acids

    Duodenum and move as chilomicrons

  • Column I

    Column II

    Cholesterol and maltose

    Large intestine and active absorption
Answer

A.

Column I

Column II

Glycine and glucose

Small intestine and active absorption

Amino acids monosaccharides like glucose, electrolytes like Na+ are absorbed into the blood by active transport. Fructose and some amino acids are absorbed with the help of the carrier ions like Na+ by facilitated transport. Fatty acid and glycerol cannot be absorbed into the blood. They are first incorporated into small droplets called micelles, which move into the intestinal mucosa.

Amino acids monosaccharides like glucose, electrolytes like Na+ are absorbed into the blood by active transport. Fructose and some amino acids are absorbed with the help of the carrier ions like Na+ by facilitated transport. Fatty acid and glycerol cannot be absorbed into the blood. They are first incorporated into small droplets called micelles, which move into the intestinal mucosa.