Complete denervation of the small intestine would be expecte

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    Complete denervation of the small intestine would be expected to
    (A) cause atrophy of the enteric nervous system
    (B) increase the resting rate of intestinal peristalsis
    (C) have little effect on the resting rate of intestinal peristalsis
    (D) abolish the intestinal response to stretch
    (E) cause peristalsis to become chaotic and irregular

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