5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Who is Mathilda Kim?
- During the immune response , ___&_____ help destroy the pathogens.
- What is vaccination?
- What is an antibiotic?
- Example of active immunity.
- a A chemical that kills bacteria or slows their growth without harming body cells
- b An American biomedical researcher founded the AIDS foundation and dedicated her life to supporting AIDS research
- c Chickenpox. First time you get it your body responds to virus by producing antibodies. The next time, it produces the antibodies so quick you don't get sick.
- d T Cells and B Cells
- e The process by which harmless antigens are deliberately introduced into a person's body to produce active immunity
5 Multiple choice questions
- 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.
- The antibodies that fight the pathogen come from a source other than the person's body
- 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
- When antibodies are given to a person...the person's immune system doesn't make them.
- Showed that microorganisms were the cause of disease in silkworms . He reasoned that you could control spread of disease by killing microorganisms
5 True/False questions
True or false ?Active Immunity can result from either getting the disease or being vaccinated. → False, you usually do not.
What is active immunity? → When a persons own immune system produces antibodies in response to the presence of a pathogen.
What are over-the-counter medications? → Drugs that can be purchased without a doctor's prescription.
How are vaccinations given? → The process by which harmless antigens are deliberately introduced into a person's body to produce active immunity
True or false? When you receive a vaccination you always get sick. → Vaccine