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Acetylcholine also known as ACh refers to one (1) of the major neurotransmitters of the autonomic nervous system which is released by neurons to activate muscles and linked with memory processes that is found both in the brain and in the parasympathetic branch of the autonomic nervous system Acetylcholine is a chemical similar to an amino acid, except that the NH2 group has been replaced by an N(CH3)3 group. Acetylcholine is also known as Choline .
Acetylcholinesterase refers to the enzyme that breaks acetylcholine into acetate and choline

Acetylsalicylic acid is the chemical name for aspirin

- ACh (Acetylcholine) : - ACh (Acetylcholine ) : ACh is the short form of Acetylcholine which refers to a type of neurotransmitter. It is a chemical that is used by neurons to communicate with other neurons and with parts of the body. It is also used by the part of the nervous system that is responsible for resting and digesting. It causes the lowers blood pressure and slows down heart rate and breathing rate. ACh is also known as Choline .

Achieved status refers to the class, rank, status or position determined by education, occupation, income, and place of residence.

Achievement is what a person has learned from formal instruction, usually in school; that which is attained by one's efforts and presumed to be made possible by one's abilities.

Achievement attributions refers to the causal explanations that a person provides for his or her successes and failures.