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5 Matching questions

  1. Lymph nodes
  2. Antibody mediated immunity
  3. Memory Cells
  4. Innate immunity
  5. Splenectomy
  1. a cell that remains in resrve in the lymph nodes until its ability to secrete antibodyes is needed
  2. b biological filtration of lymph on its way to the circulatory system
  3. c surgical removal of the damages spleen
  4. d immunity that is produced when antibodes make antigens unable to harm the body
  5. e same as nonspecific immunity

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. another name for specific immunity
  2. fused or hybrd cells that continue to produce the same antibody as the orginal lymphocyte
  3. located near the base of the tongue
  4. macrophage found in the spaces between liver cells
  5. The body's defense system against disease

5 True/False questions

  1. Complement cascaderapid 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

          

  2. Inflammatory responsenonspecific immune process produced in response to injury and resulting in redness, pain, heat and swelling and promoting movement of white blood cells to the affected area

          

  3. Cisterna Chylicell that remains in resrve in the lymph nodes until its ability to secrete antibodyes is needed

          

  4. Spleensubstance that, when introduced into the body causes formation of antibodies against it

          

  5. Lactealsanother name for t lymphocyte- cells critical to the function of the immune system, produce cell mediated immunity