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What will happen if
(a) Ligament gets over stretched?
(b) Heparin is absent in blood.
(c) Striated muscles contract rapidly for longer duration.
(a) Ligament is a form of connective tissue which holds two bones together at joints. When ligament get overstreached, it causes sprain.
(b) Heparin is an anticoagulant present in blood that prevent it from clotting. If heparin is absent in blood, blood will be coagulated inside the blood vessels.
(c) Striated muscle contraction causes fatigue due to accumulation of lactic acid.
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