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5 Matching questions

  1. Nonspecific immunity
  2. Lymphatic capillaries
  3. Lingual tonsils
  4. Antibodies
  5. Monoclonal Antibodies
  1. a substance produced by the body that destroys or inactivates a specific substance that has entered the body
  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 tiny blind ended tubes distributed in the tissue spaces
  5. e specific antibody produced from a population of identical cells

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. macrophage found in the spaces between liver cells
  2. another name for t lymphocyte- cells critical to the function of the immune system, produce cell mediated immunity
  3. short 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
  4. also known as adenoids, can become swollen, near the posterior opening of the nasal cavity
  5. a lymphatic vessel located in each villus of the intesting, serves to absorb fat materials from the chyme passing through the small intestine

5 True/False questions

  1. Immune Systemdeli berate artifical exposre to disease to produce acquired immunity


  2. Complement cascadeantigen binding sites, antigen receptor regions on antibody molecule, shape of each combining site is complementary to shape of a specific antigent


  3. Interferonsubstance that, when introduced into the body causes formation of antibodies against it


  4. Lymph nodesbiological filtration of lymph on its way to the circulatory system


  5. Immunizationdeli berate artifical exposre to disease to produce acquired immunity