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shaniehh

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A disease deactivates the acetylcholine receptors at myoneural junctions. Would this prevent muscle contraction or muscle relaxation, and why?

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  1. shaniehh
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    A. Relaxation, by preventing synaptic vesicles from releasing their contents B. Contraction, by preventing synaptic vesicles from releasing their contents C. Relaxation, by preventing an action potential from traveling across the sarcolemma D. Contraction, by preventing an action potential from traveling across the sarcolemma

  2. anonymous
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    My friend... the answer of this question is D.Contraction, by preventing an action potential from traveling across the sarcolemma

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