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  1. Who was Edward Jenner?
  2. How are vaccinations given?
  3. When does a baby acquire some passive immunity before birth?
  4. After a person recovers from sickness, some T Cells and B Cells keep..
  5. Who was Louis Pasteur?
  1. a Country England doctor - successfully vaccinated a child against smallpox, by using material from the sore of a person with cowpox. It worked but he didn't know why.
  2. b Showed that microorganisms were the cause of disease in silkworms . He reasoned that you could control spread of disease by killing microorganisms
  3. c This immuni results from antibodies that are passed from the another's blood into the baby's blood during pregnancy
  4. d By injection, by mouth, or through a nasal spray
  5. e The "memory" of the pathogen's antigen. So if it enters the body again, it recognizes it and starts the immune response quickly.

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Many years , and sometimes it lasts for life
  2. Consists of pathogens that have been weakened or killed but can still trigger the immune system to go to action
  3. An American biomedical researcher founded the AIDS foundation and dedicated her life to supporting AIDS research
  4. Vaccination
  5. Cold medicines, fever medications, stomach ache medicine

5 True/False Questions

  1. Who was Alexander Fleming?In Britain, he observed that bacteria growing on laboratory plates were killed when various fungi grew on the same plate. He discovered that one fungus produced a substance that killed bacteria ---penicillin

          

  2. Who was Jonas Salk?A professor from the USA that showed that people injected with killed polio viruses did not get the disease, but produced the antibodies against it

          

  3. A person acquires passive immunity when..The antibodies that fight the pathogen come from a source other than the person's body

          

  4. What is vaccination?Consists of pathogens that have been weakened or killed but can still trigger the immune system to go to action

          

  5. During the immune response , ___&_____ help destroy the pathogens.True

          

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