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Anatomy & Physiology ~ Lymphatic System & Immunity
Is the lymphatic system a closed , cir…
Does the Lymphatic system have a centr…
What is the lymphatic system made of?
What does the lymphatic system transpo…
No
No
A network of thin-walled vessels that assists in circulating…
Excess fluid and proteins away from interstitial spaces and r…
Is the lymphatic system a closed , cir…
No
Does the Lymphatic system have a centr…
No
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Anatomy and Physiology: Lymphatic/Immune System
immune system
lymphatic system
fluid, immunity, lipid
lymphatic capillaries
the body's defense against infectious organisms and other inv…
the network of vessels through which lymph drains from the ti…
functions of the lymphatic system: _________ recovery, ______…
Small, open-ended lymph vessels that act like drain pipes whi…
immune system
the body's defense against infectious organisms and other inv…
lymphatic system
the network of vessels through which lymph drains from the ti…
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Anatomy and Physiology of the Lymphatic and Immune Systems
Lymphatic System
Lymphatic System continued
Location of lymph vessels
Lymphatic vessels
Consists of a network of lymphatic vessels, lymph nodes, the…
They collect excess tissue fluid throughout the body and retu…
Located around the small intestines, called lacteals, and are…
They serve as One way pipes conducting lymph from the tissues…
Lymphatic System
Consists of a network of lymphatic vessels, lymph nodes, the…
Lymphatic System continued
They collect excess tissue fluid throughout the body and retu…
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Immune/Lymphatic System (anatomy and physiology)
Skin acts like a _______.
First line of defense is the _________…
Coughing and sneezing is an _________…
Stomach acid, sweat and saliva (do wha…
barrier
mucus, cilia and earwax
elimination
attack against pathogens.
Skin acts like a _______.
barrier
First line of defense is the _________…
mucus, cilia and earwax
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Immune and Lymphatic System - Anatomy & Physiology
What are the 2 major categories of imm…
What does nonspecific immunity attack?
What mechanisms are involved in specif…
What is a disadvantage to specific imm…
specific and nonspecific
all pathogens
recognizing specific agents and responding to them
it takes time
What are the 2 major categories of imm…
specific and nonspecific
What does nonspecific immunity attack?
all pathogens
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Anatomy & Physiology- The Lymphatic and Immune Systems
The Lymphatic System
4 functions of lymphatic system
Lymphocytes
The Immune System
Is both the transport system and barracks of the immune system.
Recycling fluids lost from the cardiovascular system... Transpo…
Nodes that consist of sections of lymphatic tissue containing…
Is comprised of cells,chemicals and barriers that protect you…
The Lymphatic System
Is both the transport system and barracks of the immune system.
4 functions of lymphatic system
Recycling fluids lost from the cardiovascular system... Transpo…
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Anatomy and Physiology Ch 22 - The Lymphatic System and Immunity
pathogens
lymphatic system
immunity
innate defenses
assortment of viruses, bacteria, fungi, and parasites capable…
includes cells, tissues, and organs responsible for defending…
ability to resist infection and disease
nonspecific, born with, do not distinguish one potential thre…
pathogens
assortment of viruses, bacteria, fungi, and parasites capable…
lymphatic system
includes cells, tissues, and organs responsible for defending…
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Anatomy and Physiology II: Lymphatic System & Immunity
What are the major functions of the ly…
Flow of lymph to the thoracic duct:
Where does lymph in the thoracic duct…
Flow of lymph to the right lymphatic d…
-drainage of interstitial fluid... -transport of fats from the G…
legs and abdomen -> cisterna chyli -> thoracic duct... left sid…
Into the blood via junction of left jugular and subclavian ve…
right side of the face and right arm -> right lymphatic duct
What are the major functions of the ly…
-drainage of interstitial fluid... -transport of fats from the G…
Flow of lymph to the thoracic duct:
legs and abdomen -> cisterna chyli -> thoracic duct... left sid…
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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II; Lymphatic & Immune System
Functions of the Lymphatic System
Right Lymphatic Duct
Thoracic Duct
Mechanisms by which lymph is moved
- Recycling fluids from the Cardiovascular system (return exc…
returns lymph from upper right quadrant - head, neck, chest &…
returns lymph from all parts of the body except right upper r…
Milking action of the skeletal muscles as they contract... Chang…
Functions of the Lymphatic System
- Recycling fluids from the Cardiovascular system (return exc…
Right Lymphatic Duct
returns lymph from upper right quadrant - head, neck, chest &…
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 22: The Lymphatic System and Immunity
lymphatic system
immunity
lymph
lymphoid tissues
cells, tissues, and organs responsible for defending the body
the ability to resist infection or disease through the activa…
fluid that resembles plasma that flows through the lymphatic…
collection of specialized lymph cells
lymphatic system
cells, tissues, and organs responsible for defending the body
immunity
the ability to resist infection or disease through the activa…
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Anatomy&Physiology Chp 22: Lymphatic System and Immunity
What are the functions of the Lymphati…
Describe Lymph
What are the components of the lymphat…
lacteals
1. Draining excess interstitial ... 2. Transporting dietary lipi…
- similar in composition to interstitial fluid ... -mostly water…
-lymphatic capillaries ... -lymphatic vessels... -lymphatic nodes... -…
lymphatic capillaries in small intestine
What are the functions of the Lymphati…
1. Draining excess interstitial ... 2. Transporting dietary lipi…
Describe Lymph
- similar in composition to interstitial fluid ... -mostly water…
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Human Anatomy and Physiology: The lymphatic system and Immunity
Three Primary functions
Lymphatic Tissue
Lymphatic System
The right lymphatic duct
Drain Excess interstitial fluid, Transports dietary lipids, c…
Is a specialized form of reticular connective tissue that con…
consist of a fluid called lymph, vessels call lymphatic vesse…
is about 1.2 cm long and receives lymph from the right jugular
Three Primary functions
Drain Excess interstitial fluid, Transports dietary lipids, c…
Lymphatic Tissue
Is a specialized form of reticular connective tissue that con…
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Anatomy and Physiology: Immune and Lymphatic System: Kahoot!
An organism, a virus, or a protein tha…
An immune system reaction to a harmles…
Activate other T Cells and B Cells:
White blood cell that destroys pathoge…
pathogen
allergy
Helper T cell
phagocyte
An organism, a virus, or a protein tha…
pathogen
An immune system reaction to a harmles…
allergy
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Anatomy and Physiology Lymphatic/Immune System P. 2
Non-Specific Defenses
Types of Non-Specific Defenses
Mechanical Barriers
Chemical Barriers
Protect the body in general against any and all diseases, inf…
Mechanical, chemical, inflammation, phagocytosis, fever
Skin and mucus membrane linings... Prevent entrance of some infe…
Enzymes that body fluids protect body... -Gastric Juice (in stom…
Non-Specific Defenses
Protect the body in general against any and all diseases, inf…
Types of Non-Specific Defenses
Mechanical, chemical, inflammation, phagocytosis, fever
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Anatomy & Physiology II - The Lymphatic System/Immune System
What is the main function of the lymph…
The lymphatic system returns excess fl…
The lymphatic system transports lipids…
The three structures in the lymphatic…
production, distribution, and maintenance of lymphocytes
from, to
from
lymphatic vessels, organs, and tissues
What is the main function of the lymph…
production, distribution, and maintenance of lymphocytes
The lymphatic system returns excess fl…
from, to
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Anatomy & Physiology- Immune & Lymphatic System Vocabulary
Virus
Bacteria
Fungus
Parasites
-a small infectious agent that only replicates inside the liv…
-only a few micrometers in length, range in shapes: spheres,…
-fungal diseases caused by fungi that are common in environme…
-organisms that live on or in most organisms, get nutrients f…
Virus
-a small infectious agent that only replicates inside the liv…
Bacteria
-only a few micrometers in length, range in shapes: spheres,…
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Anatomy and Physiology Ch. 22 Lymphatic System and Immunity
lymphatic system
lymph
lymphatic vessels
lymphoid tissues and lymphoid organs
includes cells, tissues, and organs responsible for defending…
excess fluid that has leaked out of capillaries and resembles…
-AKA lymphatics, begin in peripheral tissues and connect to v…
scattered throughout the body
lymphatic system
includes cells, tissues, and organs responsible for defending…
lymph
excess fluid that has leaked out of capillaries and resembles…
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Anatomy & Physiology II: Lymphatic System/Immunity
Encapsulated lymphatic organs include
Nonencapsulate organs are called
What are the three type of tonsils?
What is the main function of the spleen?
Lymph nodes, spleen and thymus
MALT
1) Palatine... 2) Pharyngeal ... 3) Lingual
To destroy defective red blood cells
Encapsulated lymphatic organs include
Lymph nodes, spleen and thymus
Nonencapsulate organs are called
MALT
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Anatomy & Physiology Ch. 14 - The Lymphatic System & Immunity
Functions of the lymphatic system
Lymph
Lymph node
Antigen
returning tissue fluid to the blood & protecting the body aga…
the water found within lymphatic vessels
a small mass of lymphatic tissue located along the pathway of…
a chemical marker that identifies cells of a particular speci…
Functions of the lymphatic system
returning tissue fluid to the blood & protecting the body aga…
Lymph
the water found within lymphatic vessels
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Chapter 14: Lymphatic and Immune Systems: Anatomy and Physiology
acquired immunity
adenoids
antibody
antigen
Production of antibodies and lymphocytes after exposure to an…
Mass of lymphatic tissue in the nasopharynx
Protein produced by B cell lymphocytes to destroy antigens
Substance that the body recognizes as foreign; evokes and imm…
acquired immunity
Production of antibodies and lymphocytes after exposure to an…
adenoids
Mass of lymphatic tissue in the nasopharynx
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Anatomy & Physiology II Lymphatic and Immune System Quiz
Lymphatic System
Lymph
Lymphatic Vessels
Characteristics of Lymph Vessels
A meandering network of lymphatic vessels... Lymphoid tissues an…
interstitial fluid once it has entered lymphatic vessels
A one-way system in which lymph flows toward the heart
Microscopic, permeable, blind-ended capillaries... Lymphatic co…
Lymphatic System
A meandering network of lymphatic vessels... Lymphoid tissues an…
Lymph
interstitial fluid once it has entered lymphatic vessels
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Hole's Anatomy & Physiology: Lymphatic & Immune Systems
Main Function of Lymph System
Main Components of the Lymph System
Immune Function
Components of the Immune System
Return excess fluid back to the blood, while also carry other…
Lymphatic vessels, lymph, lymph organs
Protection against foreign organisms and fighting infections
Lymphocytes, lymph tissues, and lymph organs
Main Function of Lymph System
Return excess fluid back to the blood, while also carry other…
Main Components of the Lymph System
Lymphatic vessels, lymph, lymph organs
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 12: The Lymphatic and Immune Systems
B Lymphocytes
Endothelial Cells
Interstitial Fluid
Lingual Tonsils
Lymphocytes that mature in the bone marrow before moving out…
Cells that form the walls of lymphatic capillaries; their ove…
Fluid in the spaces between cells
Two masses of lymphatic tissue that lie on either side of the…
B Lymphocytes
Lymphocytes that mature in the bone marrow before moving out…
Endothelial Cells
Cells that form the walls of lymphatic capillaries; their ove…
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Anatomy and Physiology 2 Lymphatic and Immune System
Immune System
Lymphatic System
Lymph
Lymphatic vessel
Cell population that inhibits all organs and defends the body…
true organ system that is a network of organs and veinlike ve…
15% of water from the area around the capillary beds; has les…
absorbs lymph, contains valves
Immune System
Cell population that inhibits all organs and defends the body…
Lymphatic System
true organ system that is a network of organs and veinlike ve…
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Chapter 6 Anatomy/Physiology of Lymphatic/Immune Systems
lacteals
lymph
lymph nodes
lymphatic vessels
lymph vessels located around the small intestines
clear, transparent, colorless fluid found in lymphatic vessels
small organs in lymphatic system that filter bacteria and oth…
extensive network of vessels throughout entire body; conduct…
lacteals
lymph vessels located around the small intestines
lymph
clear, transparent, colorless fluid found in lymphatic vessels
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Anatomy and Physiology II: Lymphatic and Immune System
What structures and organs make up the…
What is the primary function of lympho…
What is the function of lymphocytes?
Lymphatic vessels are commonly found i…
Spleen, Lymph, Lymph Nodes, Lymph Vessels
Defending the body against both environmental and internal th…
Fight infection... Immune Responses
Blood Vessels
What structures and organs make up the…
Spleen, Lymph, Lymph Nodes, Lymph Vessels
What is the primary function of lympho…
Defending the body against both environmental and internal th…
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Anatomy of the Lymphatic System/ Physiology of the Immune Response
lymphatic system
functions of lymphatic system
lymphatic vessels
lymphatic vessels- end ducts that empt…
forms a pathway throughout the body that is separate from tha…
• fight disease and infection... • assists in fluid regulation w…
• similar in structure to blood vessels... • begin as tiny lymph…
• right lymphatic ducts... • thoracic duct
lymphatic system
forms a pathway throughout the body that is separate from tha…
functions of lymphatic system
• fight disease and infection... • assists in fluid regulation w…
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14.1 Lymphatic and Immune Systems - Anatomy and Physiology
Lymph
Lymphocytes
Monocytes
Interstitial fluid
A thin, watery fluid originating in organs and tissues of the…
A family of mononuclear, nonphagocytic white blood cells that…
A granular peripheral blood mononuclear leukocyte with a lobu…
An extracellular fluid that fills the spaces between most of…
Lymph
A thin, watery fluid originating in organs and tissues of the…
Lymphocytes
A family of mononuclear, nonphagocytic white blood cells that…
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Anatomy and Physiology: Circulatory, Lymphatic, and Immune Systems
Pulmonary circulation
Systemic circulation
Arteries
Veins
Carries blood between the heart and lungs for gas exchange
Carries blood between the heart and the rest of the body's ti…
Carry blood away from the heart to capillary beds for gas exc…
Return blood to the heart. Contain 3 layers and have valves t…
Pulmonary circulation
Carries blood between the heart and lungs for gas exchange
Systemic circulation
Carries blood between the heart and the rest of the body's ti…
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Adv. Anatomy/Physiology Lymphatic/Immune System
The lymphatic system is...
One function of the lymphatic system i…
Another function of the lymphatic syst…
If lymph flow is obstructed...
collection of ducts, capillaries, organs, and glands
to remove excess fluid from interstitial spaces and return it…
to attack and destroy infectious agents or pathogens; provide…
swelling or edema occurs
The lymphatic system is...
collection of ducts, capillaries, organs, and glands
One function of the lymphatic system i…
to remove excess fluid from interstitial spaces and return it…
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Anatomy and Physiology Immunity and Lymphatics
Immune system has two intrinsic systems
Bacteria-most common pathogens and cau…
Viruses must enter host cell to be via…
Innate defenses are...
1. Innate (nonspecific) defense system... 2. Adaptive (specific)…
Endotoxins-components of bacterial cell wall... Exotoxins-protei…
rupture and release of viral particles, depletion of resource…
Skin, mucous membranes, phagocytes, NK cells, inflammation, a…
Immune system has two intrinsic systems
1. Innate (nonspecific) defense system... 2. Adaptive (specific)…
Bacteria-most common pathogens and cau…
Endotoxins-components of bacterial cell wall... Exotoxins-protei…
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Anatomy: Lymphatic System and Immunity
What does the lymphatic system consist…
Describe the function of the lymphatic…
Approximately how much plasma is remov…
What is the interstitial fluid called…
1. Networks of lymphatic vessels... 2. Lymph ... 3. Lymph nodes, ti…
Return interstitial fluid and leaked plasma proteins back int…
Arterial: 20L... Venous: 17L
Lymph
What does the lymphatic system consist…
1. Networks of lymphatic vessels... 2. Lymph ... 3. Lymph nodes, ti…
Describe the function of the lymphatic…
Return interstitial fluid and leaked plasma proteins back int…
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Chapter 20 21 Lymphatic System and Immunity Pearson Marieb Anatomy and Physiology
A "nonself" substance that can provoke…
Active artificially acquired immunity…
Complement proteins work by
Cytotoxic T cells kill target cells
Antigen
Vaccination
Forming pores in the membranes of target cells
Through insertion of perforins into the target's membrane
A "nonself" substance that can provoke…
Antigen
Active artificially acquired immunity…
Vaccination
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Chapter 20 21 Lymphatic System and Immunity Pearson Marieb Anatomy and Physiology
antigen
vaccination
forming pores in the membranes of targ…
through insertion of perforins into th…
A "nonself" substance that can provoke an immune response is…
Active artificially acquired immunity is a result of ________…
Complement proteins work by __________.
Cytotoxic T cells kill target cells __________.
antigen
A "nonself" substance that can provoke an immune response is…
vaccination
Active artificially acquired immunity is a result of ________…
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RHS Anatomy & Physiology: Lymphatic System
What is the function of Thymosin
What is the function of the Spleen
What is the action of the mast cell
Immunoglobulins
creates T-cells
Filters the blood and removes damaged blood cells and bacteria
release histamine and leukotrienes
Antibodies that constitute the gamma globulin fraction of the…
What is the function of Thymosin
creates T-cells
What is the function of the Spleen
Filters the blood and removes damaged blood cells and bacteria
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Anatomy and physiology lymphatic system
Capillary Fluid Exchange
Point of the lymphatic system
What is in the lymph fluid
3 layers of lymph vessels
_Returns interstitial fluid to the blood... -Helps maintain hydr…
blood plasma : water, nutrients, gases, and small proteins
Endothelial lining... -Smooth muscle and elastic fibers... -Connect…
Capillary Fluid Exchange
Point of the lymphatic system
_Returns interstitial fluid to the blood... -Helps maintain hydr…
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Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 22: The Lymphatic System and Immunity
Pathogens
Lymphatic System
Lymphocytes
Immunity
- Microscopic organisms that cause disease... - Organisms such a…
- Protects us against disease... - Responds to environmental pat…
- Specific defense... - Part of the immune response... - Identify,…
- The ability to resist infection and disease... - All body cell…
Pathogens
- Microscopic organisms that cause disease... - Organisms such a…
Lymphatic System
- Protects us against disease... - Responds to environmental pat…
85 terms
Hole's Anatomy & Physiology: Chapter 16 (Lymphatic System and Immunity)
The lymphatic system is closely associ…
What are the three functions of the ly…
What structures mark the beginning of…
Describe the wall of these structures:
Cardiovascular
Fluid balance... Lipid absorption... Defense (immunity)
Lymphatic capillaries
Thin, simple squamous epithelium (endothelium)
The lymphatic system is closely associ…
Cardiovascular
What are the three functions of the ly…
Fluid balance... Lipid absorption... Defense (immunity)
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Anatomy and Physiology Lymphatic System
Functions of the Lymphatic System
Fluid Balance
Lymph
Fat absorption
Fluid Balance, Fat Absorption, Defense
excess interstitial fluid enters lymphatic capillaries and be…
Water plus solutes from two sources: 1) Plasma: ions nutrient…
absorption of fat and other substances from digestive tract v…
Functions of the Lymphatic System
Fluid Balance, Fat Absorption, Defense
Fluid Balance
excess interstitial fluid enters lymphatic capillaries and be…
137 terms
Anatomy & Physiology 2 - Chapter 22 - The Lymphatic System and Immunity - 22.1
lymphatic system
lymphatic system
interstitial fluid
lymph
lymph, lymphatic vessels, a # of structures and organs contai…
assists in circulating body fluids and helps defend the body…
once it passes into lymphatic vessels, it is then called lymph
located within lymphatic vessels and lymphatic tissue - clear…
lymphatic system
lymph, lymphatic vessels, a # of structures and organs contai…
lymphatic system
assists in circulating body fluids and helps defend the body…
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Anatomy Lymphatic System and Immunity
Lymph
Lymphatic vessels
Lymphatic capillaries
Right Lymphatic duct
Fluid in the tissue spaces that carries protein molecules and…
Permit only one way movement of lymph
Tiny blind ended tubes distributed in tissue spaces
Drains lymph from right upper extremity and right side of hea…
Lymph
Fluid in the tissue spaces that carries protein molecules and…
Lymphatic vessels
Permit only one way movement of lymph
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Chapter 6.8 B: Blood and the Lymphatic and Immune Systems: Anatomy & Physiology of the Lymphatic & Immune Systems V: Immunity: Intro
Immunity is _____, such as _____, ____…
Immunity comes in two forms: _____ and…
Natural immunity, a.k.a. _____, is ___…
Acquired immunity is _____.
the body's ability to defend itself against pathogens, bacter…
natural immunity, acquired immunity
innate immunity, not specific to a particular disease and doe…
the body's response to a specific pathogen and may be establi…
Immunity is _____, such as _____, ____…
the body's ability to defend itself against pathogens, bacter…
Immunity comes in two forms: _____ and…
natural immunity, acquired immunity
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Chapter 6.5 B: Blood and the Lymphatic and Immune Systems: Anatomy & Physiology of the Lymphatic & Immune Systems II: Lymphatic Vessels
The lymphatic vessels form an extensiv…
Lymphatic vessels begin as very small…
Because the lymphatic vessels are a lo…
The lymphatic vessels finally drain in…
ducts, in a closed loop, serve as one-way pipes conducting ly…
lymphatic capillaries
valves
lymphatic ducts, right lymphatic duct, thoracic duct
The lymphatic vessels form an extensiv…
ducts, in a closed loop, serve as one-way pipes conducting ly…
Lymphatic vessels begin as very small…
lymphatic capillaries
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Chapter 20 21 Lymphatic System and Immunity Pearson Marieb Anatomy and Physiology
return of tissue fluid to the cardiova…
Peyer's patches
the thymus
spleen
A major function of the lymphatic system is __________.
Aggregates of lymphoid nodules located in the wall of the ile…
Collections of lymphoid tissue (MALT) that guard mucosal surf…
In addition to its lymphoid function, this organ holds a rese…
return of tissue fluid to the cardiova…
A major function of the lymphatic system is __________.
Peyer's patches
Aggregates of lymphoid nodules located in the wall of the ile…
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Anatomy and Physiology II, Test 3: Lymphatic System and Immunity
immunity, drains excess isf, tissues,…
lymph, lymphatic capillaries, vessels,…
isf, entered lymphatic vessels
lymph. capillaries, similar to blood c…
Functions of lymphatic system... 1. ____________... 2. ____________…
The lymphatic system consists of:... 1. ________________... 2. ____…
Lymph is ____________ that has ____________________
lymphatic vessels begin as _____________... lymph. capillaries a…
immunity, drains excess isf, tissues,…
Functions of lymphatic system... 1. ____________... 2. ____________…
lymph, lymphatic capillaries, vessels,…
The lymphatic system consists of:... 1. ________________... 2. ____…
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Anatomy- The Lymphatic System and Immunity
by draining interstitial fluid and pro…
Pathogens
Immunity/Resistance
Suspectibility
How does the lymphatic system contribute to homeostasis?
Disease-producing microbes such as bacteria and viruses
The ability to ward off damage or disease through out body's…
Vulnerability or lack or resistance
by draining interstitial fluid and pro…
How does the lymphatic system contribute to homeostasis?
Pathogens
Disease-producing microbes such as bacteria and viruses
62 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Lymphatic System
Functions of the Lymphatic System
Fluid Balance
Lymph
Fat absorption
Fluid Balance, Fat Absorption, Defense
excess interstitial fluid enters lymphatic capillaries and be…
Water plus solutes from two sources: 1) Plasma: ions nutrient…
absorption of fat and other substances from digestive tract v…
Functions of the Lymphatic System
Fluid Balance, Fat Absorption, Defense
Fluid Balance
excess interstitial fluid enters lymphatic capillaries and be…
Blood; Anatomy of the cardiovascular system; Physiology of the cardiovascular system; Lymphatic and immune systems
What is hematocrit and how is it deter…
What are thrombocytes and how are they…
How are blood clots dissolved?
Where is the heart in the human body e…
A hematocrit is red blood cells: To determine the hematocrit,…
Thrombocytes are platelets and are really tiny fragments of c…
The most important anti-clotting mechanisms is the perfectly…
The human heart is a four chambered muscular organ, shapred a…
What is hematocrit and how is it deter…
A hematocrit is red blood cells: To determine the hematocrit,…
What are thrombocytes and how are they…
Thrombocytes are platelets and are really tiny fragments of c…
18 terms
Anatomy - Lymphatic and immune system
Function of lymphatic system
Lymphatic pathway of flow
Lymph
structures in lymphatic system
-- A system of vessels and nodes that returns excess tissue f…
Tissue fluid enters lymphatic capillaries -->> moves through…
the tissue fluid (interstitial fluid) once it enters lymphati…
-- lymphatic capillaries... -- larger lymph vessels... -- lymph nod…
Function of lymphatic system
-- A system of vessels and nodes that returns excess tissue f…
Lymphatic pathway of flow
Tissue fluid enters lymphatic capillaries -->> moves through…
61 terms
Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology The Lymphatic System and Immunity Chapter 14
Lymph
Lymph cappillaries
Lacteals
Where is the lymph going
The name for tissue fluid that enters lymph capillaries.
Peremable and collect tissue fluid and proteins
Specialized lymph capillaires in the villi of the small intes…
Back to the blood to become plasma again
Lymph
The name for tissue fluid that enters lymph capillaries.
Lymph cappillaries
Peremable and collect tissue fluid and proteins
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