- A) Decreases blood glucose levels by forming glycogen
- B) Increases blood glucose levels by stimulating glucagon production
- C) Increases blood glucose levels by hydrolysis of glycogen
- D) Increases blood glucose levels by promoting cellular uptake of glucose
Answer:A) Decreases blood glucose levels by forming glycogen
Explanation: Insulin is a hypoglycemic hormone, it decreases blood glucose level by promoting cellular uptake and utilisation of glucose and promotes glycogen formation, i.e. glycogenesis.
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