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Question Acetylcholine at the sympathetic nerve ending!

Which of the following responses to the sympathetic nerve discharge is mediated at the effector cell by acetylcholine ?

(A)decreased blood flow in the skin
(B)increased blood fatty acids
(C)increased blood glucose
(D)increased heart rate
(E)increased sweating
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E sweating (Muscarinic receptor on sweat glands)
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(E)increased sweating

Ach PANS acts on heart and smooth muscles BUT Ach SANS acts on sweat gland causing increase sweating.
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