5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- parts of the circulatory system
- internal respiration
- a exchange of gas between blood and cells
- b heart, blood vessels, blood
- c "chemical handcuffs" released by B cells that bind to a pathogen and disable it.
- d Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide move from areas of high concentration to areas of low concentrations
- e memory B and T cells fight pathogens so we don't get sick
5 Multiple choice questions
- produce specific antibodies that bind to the pathogen and disable it; "MP's"
- "The bad guys are in - open fire!"; macrophage, inflamation, fever
- body attacks itself
- injection of dead/weakened VIRUSES so your body will produce memory B and T cells
- chemicals that carry impulses across teh synaptic cleft
5 True/False questions
first line of defense → "Keep the bad guys out!"; skin, mucus membranes, antimicrobial proteins (in sweat) ...
platelets → involved in blood clotting
interneuron → nerves that process information; brain and spinal cord; have more dendrites than other neurons
anemia → RBCs have less hemoglobin so can carry less oxygen. This results in fatigue. treatment with iron rich foods (dark green veges, red meat...)
Helper T cell → activated by the macrophage; then activates the B cells and killer T cells; "The General"