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  1. Lacteals
  2. Lingual tonsils
  3. Cell mediated immunity
  4. Nonspecific immunity
  5. Tcells
  1. a another name for t lymphocyte- cells critical to the function of the immune system, produce cell mediated immunity
  2. b located near the base of the tongue
  3. c protective mechanisms that provide immediate, generic protection agains any bacteria, toxin or other injurious particle, also called innate immunity
  4. d resistance to disease organisms resulting from the actions of cells, chiefly sensitized t cells
  5. e a lymphatic vessel located in each villus of the intesting, serves to absorb fat materials from the chyme passing through the small intestine

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. same as nonspecific immunity
  2. small proteins produced by the immune system that inhibit virus multiplication
  3. macrophage found in the spaces between liver cells
  4. small lymphatic vessels that carry lymphatic fluid away from a lymph node
  5. rapid fire series of chemical reactions involving proteins called complements (normal present in blood plasma) which are triggered by certain antibody antigen reactions (and other stimuli) and resulting in the formation of tiny protein rings that create holes in a foreign cell and thus cause its destruction

5 True/False questions

  1. Right Lymphatic ductshort vessel into which lymphatic vessels from the right upper quadrant of the body empty lymph, the duct then empties the lymph into the circulatroy system at the right subclavian vein

          

  2. Intterstitial FluidFluid located in the microscopic spaces between the cells

          

  3. Macrophangesa lymphatic vessel located in each villus of the intesting, serves to absorb fat materials from the chyme passing through the small intestine

          

  4. Specific immunityprotective mechanisms that provide immediate, generic protection agains any bacteria, toxin or other injurious particle, also called innate immunity

          

  5. Combining sitesantigen binding sites, antigen receptor regions on antibody molecule, shape of each combining site is complementary to shape of a specific antigent

          

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