Enzymes are proteins
Enzymes require a carrier transport.
Enzymes are specific to carbohydrate, protein, and fat digestion.
Enzymes have a unique shape that fits with its specific molecule.
Enzymes cause chemical changes in other substances to speed up bodily processes.
Synthesizes chemicals for metabolism
Produces bile for emulsification of fats
Receives the products of digestion via the portal vein
Releases glucose from glycogen stores and stores vitamins
All of the above