5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- flu shot
- Bone Marrow
- the organ would die
- a what happens if a donor wasnt a match?
- b lymph nodes in the throat area that filter pathogens that enter the nose or mouth
- c secretes thymosins, located in upper part of thoracic caavity, place where wbc go to mature, peaks in life around 13 yrs old
- d B cells are formed where?
- e what is an example of artificially acquired active immunity?
5 Multiple choice questions
- when inflammation is caused by a pathogen
- what do you have to b a organ match?
- function of antibodies
- located in the upper thoracic cavity
- float around looking for bacteria, when they find bacteria they start poking holes in them
5 True/False questions
inflammation or fever → when inflammation is caused by a pathogen
stores platelets so we arent constantly clotting, destroys rbc → steps of cell mediated immunity
t/b cells → cells associated with cell mediated immunity
IgG → found in endocrine fluids
Lingual Tonsils → located at top of throat by nasal cavity