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5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Fixed macrophages (histiocytes)
- a mixture of body fluids and dead cells
- b Helps dilute the number of microorganisms and wash them from both the surface teeth and the mucous membrane of the mouth.
- c One role of is to recruit other macrophages and dendrite cell, as well as other defenses.
- d resident in certain tissues and organs of the body. Liver, lungs, nervous system....
- e Accumulation of fluid
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Is the ingestion of a microorganism or other substance by a cell.
- cause vasodilation and increased permeability through blood vessels. Present in blood plasma.
- chemical present in many cells of the body especially in mast cells in connective tissue, circulating basophils and blood platelets.
- Ability to ward of disease caused by microbes or their products and to protect against environmental agents such as pollen, drugs, foods, and chemicals.
- Because of acidic level most bacteria and bacterial toxins are killed
5 True/False Questions
Lymphatic System → Components of the lymphatic system. The arrows indicate the direction of lymph flow. Fluid circulating between tissue cells is picked up by lymphatic capillaries.
Mucus → mixture of body fluids and dead cells
Cytokines → Phagocytosis (when they mature into macrophages)
Vasodilation → Damage to the body's tissue triggers a local defensive response.
Increased permeability → Permits defensive substances normally retained in the blood to pass through the walls of the blood vessels and enter the injured area.