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Problem: An enzyme known as acetylcholinesterase is present in the synaptic cleft. What is its role?a. to pump Ca2+ back out of the axon terminalb. to facilitated transport of acetylcholine across the cleftc. to break down acetylcholined. to facilitate the entrance of acetylcholine into the muscle cell 

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An enzyme known as acetylcholinesterase is present in the synaptic cleft. What is its role?

a. to pump Ca2+ back out of the axon terminal

b. to facilitated transport of acetylcholine across the cleft

c. to break down acetylcholine

d. to facilitate the entrance of acetylcholine into the muscle cell 

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