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Physiology: Lymphatic & Immune System Combo
non-self
innate immunity
bacteria
virus
Molecules recognized by the immune system as being foreign, i…
(non specific) immunity against any form of pathogen/foreign…
A single-celled organism with no nucleus; structured as eithe…
Infectious agent that replicates itself only within cells of…
non-self
Molecules recognized by the immune system as being foreign, i…
innate immunity
(non specific) immunity against any form of pathogen/foreign…
Anatomy and physiology- lymphatic/immune system
Lymphatic/immune system
Lymph
Interstitial fluid
Lymph capillaries
Vital to the circulatory and to the immune system. Made up of…
A colorless watery fluid derived from blood plasma as a resul…
Blood plasma found in the spaces between tissues
Lymphatic vessels that occur in clusters and are distributed…
Lymphatic/immune system
Vital to the circulatory and to the immune system. Made up of…
Lymph
A colorless watery fluid derived from blood plasma as a resul…
26 terms
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…
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
54 terms
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…
17 terms
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
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…
Anatomy and Physiology of the Lymphatic and Immune Systems
lacteals
lymph
lymph nodes
lymphatic vessels
lymphatic vessels in intestines that absorbs fat for transport
clear transparent fluid found in lymphatic vessels
small organs that filter bacteria and other foreign organisms…
extensive network of vessels throughout entire body, conduct…
lacteals
lymphatic vessels in intestines that absorbs fat for transport
lymph
clear transparent fluid found in lymphatic vessels
25 terms
Human physiology lymphatic system and immunity
This organ filters the blood and remov…
Response mounted by the body again spe…
Artificially acquired active immunity…
Type of reaction that results want to…
Spleen
Immunity
Vaccines
Tissue rejection
This organ filters the blood and remov…
Spleen
Response mounted by the body again spe…
Immunity
31 terms
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 &…
42 terms
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,…
60 terms
Immune System/Lymphatic System
Pathogens
Bacteria
Fungi
Protists
Bacteria, Fungi, Protists, Viruses
-simple single celled organisms ... -reproduce rapidly - the one…
-single celled organisms, much more more complex than bacteri…
-single celled complex organism... -often carried by an insect "…
Pathogens
Bacteria, Fungi, Protists, Viruses
Bacteria
-simple single celled organisms ... -reproduce rapidly - the one…
Lymphatic and immune system
Lymphatic and immune systems function…
The lymphatic system ______ leaked flu…
Functions of lymphatic system
lymphatic-immunity
maintain, protect
returns
Immunity;... fluid recovery;... lipid absorption
fluids from all capillary beds are filtered ;... immune cells st…
Lymphatic and immune systems function…
maintain, protect
The lymphatic system ______ leaked flu…
returns
29 terms
Lymphatic System & Immune System
Lymphatic System
Lymph
Pathogens
Antigens
Network of vessels (glands and nodes) throughout the body ... co…
tissue fluid in lymphatic system ... - looks like plasma ... - cont…
viruses, bacteria, unwanted substances that enter the body th…
Surface proteins that are markers or identifiers (induce immu…
Lymphatic System
Network of vessels (glands and nodes) throughout the body ... co…
Lymph
tissue fluid in lymphatic system ... - looks like plasma ... - cont…
50 terms
Lymphatic/Immune System (2)
lymph
interstitial
lacteals
right lymphatic duct
clear to white fluid of the lymphatic system that contains le…
spaces between tissue cells
special lymphatic capillaries that pick up digested lipids (f…
receives lymph from the right side of the chest, neck, head a…
lymph
clear to white fluid of the lymphatic system that contains le…
interstitial
spaces between tissue cells
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
43 terms
Physiology Chapter 21: Immune and Lymphatic system
Lymph
Lymphatic vessels
Lymphatic Tissues
Lymphatic organs
Clear colorless fluid similar to plasma but less protein
transport the lymph (one way valves)
composed of aggregates of lymphocytes and macrophages
Red bone marrow... thymus ... lymph nodes... tonsils ... spleen
Lymph
Clear colorless fluid similar to plasma but less protein
Lymphatic vessels
transport the lymph (one way valves)
197 terms
immune system + lymphatic system
capillary dynamics
Hydrostatic Pressure
filtration pressure
35mmHg
exchange of gases and nutrients through diffusion; as diffusi…
force exerted by a fluid pressing against a wall (inside and…
in capillaries, HPc = capillary bp = ?
HPc is greater at the arterial end than venous end. The arter…
capillary dynamics
exchange of gases and nutrients through diffusion; as diffusi…
Hydrostatic Pressure
force exerted by a fluid pressing against a wall (inside and…
18 terms
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
14 terms
Immune and Lymphatic System
What are the body's first line of defe…
What is the body's second line of defe…
what is the third line of defense?
What is the function of the lymphatic…
skin and mucus
immune response- white blood cells identify and attack pathogen
antibodies that remember and can attack the same pathogen in…
to remove excess fluid around organs, produce white blood cel…
What are the body's first line of defe…
skin and mucus
What is the body's second line of defe…
immune response- white blood cells identify and attack pathogen
83 terms
Lymphatic System and Immunity
the three functions of the lymphatic s…
excess interstitial fluid enters lymph…
the lymphatic system function of absor…
microorganisms and other foreign subst…
fluid balance, fat absorption, defense
excess interstitial fluid enters lymphatic capillaries and be…
the lymphatic system function of absorption of fat and other…
microorganisms and other foreign substances are filtered from…
the three functions of the lymphatic s…
fluid balance, fat absorption, defense
excess interstitial fluid enters lymph…
excess interstitial fluid enters lymphatic capillaries and be…
Lymphatic and immune system - Roots
Immuno-
Lympho-
Meningo-
Tonsillo-
Immunity
Lymph
Meninges (3 membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord)
Tonsil
Immuno-
Immunity
Lympho-
Lymph
300 terms
Lymphatic & Immune System Combined
Interferons are secreted from cells in…
Neutrophils and eosinophils secrete th…
What secretion from basophils and mast…
What does the spleen do?
viruses
True
Histamine
Filters blood and breaks down RBCs
Interferons are secreted from cells in…
viruses
Neutrophils and eosinophils secrete th…
True
5 terms
Lymphatic/Immune System Vocabulary
Acquired Immunity
Adenoids
Allergen
Anaphylaxis
Immunity obtained either from the development of antibodies i…
Common name for the pharyngeal tonsils, which are lymph masse…
An environmental substance that can produce a hypersensitive…
A severe, sometimes fatal-allergic reaction characterized by…
Acquired Immunity
Immunity obtained either from the development of antibodies i…
Adenoids
Common name for the pharyngeal tonsils, which are lymph masse…
5 terms
Lymphatic/Immune System Vocabulary
Incubation period
Interstitial fluid
Lymph
Lingual tonsil
The time between exposure to a pathogenic organism and the on…
The fluid between cells in tissues. Referred to as the liquid…
A clear, watery, sometimes faintly yellowish fluid derived fr…
A collection of lymphoid follicles on the posterior portion o…
Incubation period
The time between exposure to a pathogenic organism and the on…
Interstitial fluid
The fluid between cells in tissues. Referred to as the liquid…
5 terms
Lymphatic/Immune System Vocabulary
Lymph vessels
Lymphocytes
Natural immunity
Passive acquired immunity
These vessels connect lymph capillaries with the lymph nodes;…
Small white blood cells that bear the major responsibility fo…
Natural immunity resulting from the genetic makeup of the hos…
Acquired by the transfer of antibodies from another individua…
Lymph vessels
These vessels connect lymph capillaries with the lymph nodes;…
Lymphocytes
Small white blood cells that bear the major responsibility fo…
176 terms
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…
5 terms
Lymphatic/Immune System Vocabulary
Leukocytes
Thymus
Tonsils
Vaccination
White blood cells, fight infection.
A lymphoid organ that is located in the superior mediastinum…
Oval shaped masses of lymphoid tissue located on both sides a…
The use of vaccines to prevent specific diseases.
Leukocytes
White blood cells, fight infection.
Thymus
A lymphoid organ that is located in the superior mediastinum…
5 terms
Lymphatic/Immune System Vocabulary
Mononucleosis
HIV
AIDS
Erythrocytes
An infectious disease with symptoms that include severe fatig…
A retrovirus that causes AIDS by infecting helper T cells of…
Usually marked by a very low number of CD4 lymphocytes, follo…
Red blood cells, they circulate oxygen through the body and r…
Mononucleosis
An infectious disease with symptoms that include severe fatig…
HIV
A retrovirus that causes AIDS by infecting helper T cells of…
Lymphatic/Immune System
Lymphatic vessels
Lymph nodes
White blood cells
Bone marrow
tubes that carry lymph (extra fluid that is pushed out of the…
main site where lymph is filtered so white blood cells can ca…
the attack, fighter, and eater cells of the immune system tha…
site where all blood cells (including white blood cells) are…
Lymphatic vessels
tubes that carry lymph (extra fluid that is pushed out of the…
Lymph nodes
main site where lymph is filtered so white blood cells can ca…
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
24 terms
Lymphatic and Immune System (1)
lymph
interstitial
lacteals
right lymphatic duct
clear, colorless fluid of the lymphatic system
spaces between tissue cells
special lymphatic capillaries that pick up digested lipids (f…
receives lymph from the right side of the chest, neck, head a…
lymph
clear, colorless fluid of the lymphatic system
interstitial
spaces between tissue cells
173 terms
Human Physiology: Chapter 21: Lymphatic and Immune Systems
Immune System
Lymphocytes
Lymphocytes
Immune Surveillance cells
What system contains the population of cells inhabiting all o…
What are natural killer cells that are about 5% of our immune…
What kind of immune cell attacks bacteria, transplanted tissu…
What are cells that cant really defend you by themselves, but…
Immune System
What system contains the population of cells inhabiting all o…
Lymphocytes
What are natural killer cells that are about 5% of our immune…
84 terms
Lymphatic System and Immunity
the three functions of the lymphatic s…
excess interstitial fluid enters lymph…
the lymphatic system function of absor…
microorganisms and other foreign subst…
fluid balance, fat absorption, defense
excess interstitial fluid enters lymphatic capillaries and be…
the lymphatic system function of absorption of fat and other…
microorganisms and other foreign substances are filtered from…
the three functions of the lymphatic s…
fluid balance, fat absorption, defense
excess interstitial fluid enters lymph…
excess interstitial fluid enters lymphatic capillaries and be…
Lymphatic and Immune System
The Lymphatic System
Lymphatic Capillaries
Lymph Nodes
Cervical Lymph nodes
Function is to return fluid and escaped proteins from the cap…
Are located in the capillary beds that pick up and remove exc…
The lymphatic system consists of lymph nodes concentrated in…
neck
The Lymphatic System
Function is to return fluid and escaped proteins from the cap…
Lymphatic Capillaries
Are located in the capillary beds that pick up and remove exc…
50 terms
Lymphatic/Immune System
Lymph
Macrophages
Spleen
Lymph nodes
Clear, watery fluid that surrounds body's cells
Swallow (phagocytose) foreign substances
LUQ, destruction of old erythrocytes, filtration of microorga…
Masses of lymph cells and vessels
Lymph
Clear, watery fluid that surrounds body's cells
Macrophages
Swallow (phagocytose) foreign substances
140 terms
Lymphatic/Immune System
vessels, transport
lymphoid organs and tissue
hydrostatic, osmotic
arteriole, venous
the lymphatic system is the meandering of _______ that _____…
house phagocytic cells and lymhphocytes
_________ and ______ pressure at the capillary beds forces fl…
when fluids are forced out of the blood, they usually leave t…
vessels, transport
the lymphatic system is the meandering of _______ that _____…
lymphoid organs and tissue
house phagocytic cells and lymhphocytes
lymphatic system and immune system
functions (of lymphatic system and imm…
fluid recovery
lipid transport
interstitial fluid
-fluid recovery... - lipid transport... - filters... - provides immuni…
transports tissue fluid, proteins and debris from tissue spac…
lymphatic capillaries called lacteals transport fat from the…
plasma water and proteins that leak out of blood capillaries…
functions (of lymphatic system and imm…
-fluid recovery... - lipid transport... - filters... - provides immuni…
fluid recovery
transports tissue fluid, proteins and debris from tissue spac…
55 terms
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
56 terms
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
59 terms
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…
134 terms
Immune system/Lymphatic System
List the three lines of defense. Which…
How is innate immunity different from…
Which cells in the immunity is respons…
Which cells in the adaptive immunity i…
First line of defense is the skin and mucous. Second line of…
Innate immunity responds within minutes and kills anythings (…
phagocytes(neutrophils/macrophages), leukocytes, eosinophils,…
Hormonal immunity and antibodies(T/B cells)
List the three lines of defense. Which…
First line of defense is the skin and mucous. Second line of…
How is innate immunity different from…
Innate immunity responds within minutes and kills anythings (…
69 terms
Blood, Lymphatic, and Immune System
aden/o
adenoid/o
angi/o
agglutin/o
gland
adenoid
vessel
clumping, gluing
aden/o
gland
adenoid/o
adenoid
24 terms
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…
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…
10 terms
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…
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…
93 terms
16. Lymphatic and Immune Systems
Which of the following is NOT a part o…
Lymphatic system vessels begin with:
Lymphatic ______ are more permeable th…
What is the role of the mini-valves in…
C. Blood vessels
Lymphatic capillaries
Capillaries
increase permeability
Which of the following is NOT a part o…
C. Blood vessels
Lymphatic system vessels begin with:
Lymphatic capillaries
58 terms
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…
41 terms
Physiology Lecture/Text - Lymphatic System and Specific Immunity
What is the main structural difference…
Another term for lymph vessels is _____.
Lymphatics are ____ as they enter lymp…
What do lymphatics drain into?
Lymph capillaries lack a basal lamina (basement membrane), wh…
lymphatics
afferent, efferent
Right lymphatic duct and thoracic duct
What is the main structural difference…
Lymph capillaries lack a basal lamina (basement membrane), wh…
Another term for lymph vessels is _____.
lymphatics
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