5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- external respiration
- internal respiration
- a "chemical handcuffs" released by B cells that bind to a pathogen and disable it.
- b exchange of gas between blood and cells
- c nerves that process information; brain and spinal cord; have more dendrites than other neurons
- d kill BACTERIA only
- e exchange of gas between atmosphere and blood
5 Multiple choice questions
- involuntary response to a stimulus; mainly part of the PNS (doesn't involve brain)
- Relay and process information; made of interneurons; brain and spinal cord
- part of the nerve cell that is the location of the nucleus and organelles
- part of the blood; water (mostly), nutrients, waste, hormones
- how two neurons communicate
5 True/False questions
Helper T cell → produce specific antibodies that bind to the pathogen and disable it; "MP's"
Vena Cava → special vein that carries oxygen poor blood from the body to the heart
motor neuron → nerves that stimulate muscle and cause motion; output
Cytoxic T cells (Killer T) → directily attack patogen by releasing digestive enzymes; "assassin"
autoimmunity → body attacks itself