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Epinephrine level in blood increases in response to stress. This hormone is known to affect the rate of glycolysis in different organs of the body. The rates of glycolysis in liver, heart and skeletal muscles in response to rise in blood epinephrine (in comparison to non-stress condition) is expected to be (A) unaffected in liver, low in heart, and high in skeletal muscles. (B) high in liver, low in heart, and low in skeletal muscles. (C) unaffected in liver, high in heart, and low in skeletal muscles. (D) low in liver, high in heart, and high in skeletal muscles.

 Epinephrine level in blood increases in response to stress. This hormone is known to affect the rate of glycolysis in different organs of the body. The rates of glycolysis in liver, heart and skeletal muscles in response to rise in blood epinephrine (in comparison to non-stress condition) is expected to be
(A) unaffected in liver, low in heart, and high in skeletal muscles.
(B) high in liver, low in heart, and low in skeletal muscles.
(C) unaffected in liver, high in heart, and low in skeletal muscles.
(D) low in liver, high in heart, and high in skeletal muscles.

Grade:12th pass

2 Answers

Aabid Hussain
askIITians Faculty 571 Points
4 years ago
The rates of glycolysis in liver, heart andskeletal muscles in response to rise in blood epinephrine is expected to be

Answer:(B) High in liver, low in heart, and low in skeletal muscles.
raj
384 Points
4 years ago
hello,
b is the correct answer.

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