What is the role of acetylcholine in muscle contraction?
1.Acetylcholine attaches to the sarcolemma and makes the membrane more permeable.
2.Acetylcholine attaches to the myosin and makes the myofilaments attach.
3.Acetylcholine travels deep into the tubules and causes calcium to be released from the
4.Acetylcholine initiates the energy needed for the sliding filaments to move.
5.Acetylcholine triggers the release of calcium into the synaptic gap.