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A nerve poison that blocks acetylcholine receptors on dendrites would . See Concept 48.4 (Page) View Available Hint(s) A nerve poison that blocks acetylcholine receptors on dendrites would . See Concept 48.4 (Page) inactivate acetylcholinesterase, allowing acetylcholine to persist in the synapse reduce the binding of acetylcholine to its receptors on the postsynpatic membrane cause continued stimulation of the postsynaptic membrane inhibit the regeneration of acetylcholine for use by the presynaptic terminals cause an immediate and enduring depolarization

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