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5 Matching questions

  1. colonal selection
  2. antiserum
  3. droplet transmission
  4. acute disease
  5. sebum
  1. a the 'selection' of a specific B cell to produce antibody against an antigen; it multiplies into two cell populations: plasma cells which produce antibody now and memory cells which will respond the second time the antigen appears
  2. b unsat. fatty acid chain; shorter is better that helps stop fungi
  3. c transmitted within droplet nuclei existing in the body during exhaling, coughing and sneezing
  4. d a sample of serum with antibodies to the agent of interest
  5. e develops rapidly and lasts only a short time

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. toxins that are secreted that either destroy host cells or interfere with host metabolism
  2. low oxygen levels required for organisms
  3. part of anamnesic response; have for the rest of your life just waiting to attack
  4. reduce number of pathogens on surfaces to meet public health standards
  5. agents kills pathogen on skin

5 True/False questions

  1. latent diseasepathogen remains inactive a long period of time before becoming active

          

  2. phagocytesengulf and destroy foreign matter

          

  3. antibodyforeing substance to body; usually protein or a carb, or a small molecule sticking off of a carb; bacterial cell are cell components

          

  4. T-helpersgo to foreign agent, kill

          

  5. germicidean inanimate object which transmits a pathogen

          

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