Problem: The binding of a catecholamine to a beta adrenergic receptor will ________.a. activate guanylate cyclaseb. inhibit guanylate cyclasec. activate adenylate cyclased. inhibit phospholipase Ce. activate phospholipase C

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The binding of a catecholamine to a beta adrenergic receptor will ________.

a. activate guanylate cyclase

b. inhibit guanylate cyclase

c. activate adenylate cyclase

d. inhibit phospholipase C

e. activate phospholipase C

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