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In the muscle fiber, what is the function of acetylcholinesterase?



Your Answer
A

It closes the neuromuscular junction to stop a muscle contraction.

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B

It acts as a receptor for acetylcholine.

Correct Answer
C

It deactivates acetylcholine.

Your Answer
D

It stimulates the synaptic knob into functioning.


Solution

The correct option is C

It deactivates acetylcholine.


Acetylcholinesterase stops the signal between a nerve cell and a muscle cell. 

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