How can we increase of total peripheral resistance, Biology

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How can we increase of total peripheral resistance?

  A.  A decrease in the diameter of every arteriole.

  B.  An increase of sympathetic discharge to all the smooth muscles that surround  the arterioles.

  C.  An increase in the firing frequency of all the carotid artery baroreceptors.

 


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