Chapters 9-16 cumulative for final

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When skeletal muscle cells undergo anaerobic respiration, they become fatigued and painful. This is now known to be caused by



A. increase in potassium ions. B. buildup of pyruvate. C. increase in ethanol. D. increase in sodium ions. E. buildup of lactate.

Answer:
E. buildup of lactate.

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