5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- b cells
- t cells
- a build up of dead wbc and fluid
- b cells associated with cell mediated immunity
- c a regulating body substance released in excess during allergic reactions causing swelling and inflammation of tissues
- d cells associated with antibody meediated immunity
- e located in the upper quadrant of the abdomen
5 Multiple choice questions
- found in plasma associated with RBC (anti a or anti b)
- filter fluid from legs and genitalia
- what happens if a donor wasnt a match?
- what is an example of Genetic immunity?
- doesnt matter what the pathogen is we just battle everything
5 True/False questions
axillary lymph nodes → filter fluid from legs and genitalia
Bone Marrow → what is an example of Genetic immunity?
Macrophage → monocytes that become trapped in certain organs and live there; high levels in liver, spleen, lympg nodes, and lungs
chicken pox → what is an example of Naturally acquired active immunity?
Lingual Tonsils → located at top of throat by nasal cavity