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The following is produced in the gall bladder/liver and aids in digestion and absorption of lipidsa. bile c. pepsinb. gastrin d. none of these


The following is produced in the gall bladder/liver and aids in digestion and absorption of lipids
a. bile c. pepsin
b. gastrin d. none of these

Step 1

The question asks about which of the following option is produced in the gall bladder/liver and helps in the digestion of lipids. The options are (a) Bile (b) gastrin (c) pepsin (d) none of these.

Step 2

In human anatomy, the liver is the large, reddish-brown glandular organ. It is situated in the upper right side of the abdominal cavity It helps in the nutrients storing and metabolizing. It plays a part in the detoxification of the body. It produces bile. Bile contains a mixture of substances like bilirubin, bile acids, cholesterol, and salts. It is a yellowish-brown or dark-green fluid for the digestion of fats.

The gallbladder is a pear-shaped, muscular and hollow-structure. It is located on the right side of the abdomen under the liver. It is one of the organs of the digestive system of animals. It stores and concentrates the bile from the liver.

Step 3

The Correct option is (a) Bile.


Bile is released by the liver into the hepatic duct. The hepatic duct connects with the cystic duct to form the common bile duct. Cystic duct arises from the gallbladder. This bile duct then opens into the intestine The bile duct then transport bile from the liver and gallbladder to the duodenum. It is a part of the small intestine. Bile contains bile acids which are very essential for digestion and absorption of fats, in the small intestine.

Bile has the following essential functions:

  1. Bile intensifie...

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