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The type of immune response that is mediated by soluble antibodies, which mark invading organisms for destruction, is called _______ immunity.
Which part of which lymphatic organ is involved in destroying damaged red blood cells and recycling iron?
the red pulp of the spleen
red pulp of the spleen
splenic red pulp
the splenic red pulp
What type of lymphocytes are produced in lymphatic nodules?
The secondary immune response is faster that the primary response because of the presence of ______ cells that are "pre-programmed" to respond to the antigen.
The type of immune response that is mediated by cells, which attack and destroy virus-infected cells and foreign tissue, is called _____________ immunity.
The type of lymphocyte responsible for humoral immunity is the:
The connective tissue cell that forms a sponge-like 3-dimensional scaffolding of cells and fibers that is populated by lymphocytes and other cells of the immune system is the:
Lymphocytes differentiate into immunocompetent cells in an environment that is free of:
In mammals, B cells become immunocompetent in the (two possible correct answers):
gut associated lymphoid tissue
Soluble antibodies are synthesized and secreted by:
Any substance that can induce a specific immune response is called a/an:
The type of lymphocyte responsible for cell-mediated immunity is the:
T cells become immunocompetent in the:
Lymphocytes that can distinguish between "self" and "non-self" molecules are said to be:
What is the T cell area in a lymph node?
What is the T cell area in the spleen?
periarterial lymphatic sheath
the periarterial lymphatic sheath
The interaction between antigen and immunocompetent lymphocytes to produce an immune response is mediated by:
antigen presenting cells
In birds, B cells become immunocompetent in the:
bursa of Fabricius
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