5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Cytoxic T cells (Killer T)
- spinal cord
- a marker protein that can trigger an immune response; "name tag"
- b tiny air sacks in the lungs surrounded by capillaries where gass exchange takes place (diffusion)
- c body responds to a harmless substance
- d Part of the CNS that carries information toward and away from the brain.
- e directily attack patogen by releasing digestive enzymes; "assassin"
5 Multiple choice questions
- protein (IRON) on the RBCs that carries oxygen to and carbon dioxide away from the cells
- relays visual and auditory information; controls muscle coordination
- part of the nerve cell that receives information and passes it to the cell body
- special vein that carries oxygen poor blood from the body to the heart
- nerves that process information; brain and spinal cord; have more dendrites than other neurons
5 True/False questions
Helper T cell → activated by the macrophage; then activates the B cells and killer T cells; "The General"
Respiratory System → transports gasses to and from the circulatory system
forebrain → controls sensory processing and motor responses
immunity → part of the nerve cell that receives information and passes it to the cell body
nerve impulse → how the message travels through a nerve-- resting potential (nerve @ rest), action potential (nerve impulse), return to resting potential