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The enzymes present in the saliva convert

(a) fats into fatty acids and glycerol.
(b) starch into simple sugars.
(c) proteins into amino acids.
(d) complex sugars into simple sugars.

Science - Exemplar Problems

Chapter 2. Nutrition in Animals


Salivary amylase is the enzyme present..... it helps in the conversion of starch into simple sugars....mostly starch to maltose
 option b is correct
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starch into simple sugars B is the answer
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reasons are not asked ......
ohooo just common!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i also know that answer is "b"
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Simply the salivary amylase acts on the starch present in food and break jt down into simpler sugars that is maltose(2molecules of glucose)
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