Acetylcholine is a common neurotransmitter in both vertebrates and invertebrates. Its functions, above all else include muscle stimulation, memory formation, and learning. This problem particularly pertains to its interactions with muscle cells.
The neurotransmitter acetylcholine:
A. enters muscle cells through acetylcholine receptor
B. released from nerve cells through the acetylcholine receptor
C. once bound to the acetylcholine receptor will trigger an electrical event in the muscle cell membrane
D. more than one ofthe above are true
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