Problem: When is the force of contraction of the muscle strongest?A. when there is maximal overlap between the thick and thin filamentsB. when Ca2+ levels are highest, ensuring maximal actin/myosin interactionC. when ATP levels are highestD. when the sarcomeres are stretched the most and the potential for shortening is the greatest

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When is the force of contraction of the muscle strongest?

A. when there is maximal overlap between the thick and thin filaments

B. when Ca2+ levels are highest, ensuring maximal actin/myosin interaction

C. when ATP levels are highest

D. when the sarcomeres are stretched the most and the potential for shortening is the greatest

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