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Secretin and cholecystokinin are secreted by

a)

Brunner’s gland found in duodenum

b)

Paneth cells present in duodenum

c)

Goblet cells present through out the epithelium of the stomach

d)

Oxyntic cells present on the side walls of the gastric glands


Question ID - 1535 | Toppr Answer

Secretin and cholecystokinin are secreted by

a)

Brunner’s gland found in duodenum

b)

Paneth cells present in duodenum

c)

Goblet cells present through out the epithelium of the stomach

d)

Oxyntic cells present on the side walls of the gastric glands

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Answer Key : (a) -

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Duodenum of small intestine possesses Brunner’s gland, which secretes large amount of mucous and bicarbonates, which in turn, proteins, the duodenal mucosa and neutralises the acidic chyme. It also secretes two hormones, secretin and cholecystokinin. However, secretin is secreted by duodenal wall and cholecystokinin is secreted by the epithelium of small intestine



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