5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- B cells
- Natural killer cells
- Active immunity
- a B lymphocytes, these are involved in what is called humoral immunity. They do their job by making antibodies.
- b WBC that is in the blood and releases histamine that promotes inflammation
- c part of innate immunity, these do not kill the organism itself but instead the cells that are infected. NK cells release a chemical called perforins and the cell dies
- d this immunity is developed by either being infected by a pathogen directly or indirectly through an immunization
- e WBC that develops into macrophages
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- these are WBC's that are the first to appear at the site of tissue damage or infection.
- this group of diseases happens when the organism attacks its own cells and treats them as foreign.
- cells that destroy microorganisms by engulfing them and then fusing with a lysosome
- this immunity is developed when you receive someone else's antibodies
- think of this as the process of saying "look here, this is a bad guy", if you see this pattern is recognized, it alerts the immune system
5 True/False Questions
Mucus membranes → cells that destroy microorganisms by engulfing them and then fusing with a lysosome
Phagocytosis → WBC that develops into macrophages
T cells → B lymphocytes, these are involved in what is called humoral immunity. They do their job by making antibodies.
Pathogen → molecule that provokes a specific immune response. This does not have to be an entire organism, just a part of it such as the proteins on the plasma membrane
Allergies → hypersensitivity responses by the immune system