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A recently pulished article on human physiology claims that enzyme K contributes to improved performance in strenuous activities such as wieghtlifting and sprinting. The article cites the evidence of above-average levels of enzyme K in olympic wieght lifters and sprinters.

(A) Enzyme K levels are the most important factor affecting the performance of strenous activities

(B) Enzyme K is required for the performance of strenous activities.

(C) Strenuous activities do not cause the human body to produce unusually high levels of enzyme K.

The OA given in C.. Could anyone justify ?? Thanks
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13 Jul 2007, 12:29
This is the complete CR Question.. The 2 choices i omitted were way far fetched and completely wrong.
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