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After being bitten by a black widow spider, Jean starts to convulse. This is a result of __________. a lack of GABA being released into her blood stream a resurgence of neurotransmitters overstimulating her brain stem a surge of chemicals blocking the transmission of fluids to the spinal cord a flood of acetylcholine releasing into the body's muscle system a resurgence of neurotransmitters understimulating her brain stem

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  • hba
IS this Physchology
yeahh...
  • hba
I really dont know this one sorry :(

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it's ok =)
I think it's E. let me research. holdon.
I would go with E. and if it's wrong tell your teacher you did a lot of research and to please give you credit for it only if that's the one you get wrong :) I am almost positive it is E though :) let me know how it goes.
ok thank-you sooo much!! =)
your welcome :)
The venom spreads rapidly throughout the body and acts by causing the release of the neurotransmitters acetylcholine, norepinephrine, and GABA. The release of these neurotransmitters leads to the clinical manifestations of envenoming.

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