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Phagocytosis
List the steps of phagocytosis
What are the two types of binding?
What is direct binding?
What is indirect binding?
1. Binding... 2. Engulfment... 3. Phagosome formation... 4. Lysosome f…
Direct and indirect
Surface receptors on phagocyte bind to surface molecules on p…
Surface receptors on phagocyte bind to serum/tissue-derived m…
List the steps of phagocytosis
1. Binding... 2. Engulfment... 3. Phagosome formation... 4. Lysosome f…
What are the two types of binding?
Direct and indirect
51 terms
Phagocytosis Lecture
Three main steps of phagocytosis
Two types of binding
Direct Binding
Indirect Binding
Binding of Pathogens ... Internalization ... Destruction
Direct Binding ... Indirect Binding
Surface receptors on phagocyte bind to surface molecules on p…
Surface receptors on phagocyte bind to serum/tissue - derived…
Three main steps of phagocytosis
Binding of Pathogens ... Internalization ... Destruction
Two types of binding
Direct Binding ... Indirect Binding
41 terms
3B - Microbial Growth
number of cells
physical
psychrophiles
mesophiles
Microbial growth is defined as an increase in:
Proper temperature, pH, and osmotic pressure are considered _…
Bacteria that prefer cold temperatures (<30C) are classified…
Bacteria that prefer medium temperatures (10-50C) are classif…
number of cells
Microbial growth is defined as an increase in:
physical
Proper temperature, pH, and osmotic pressure are considered _…
48 terms
Immunology Phagocytosis
What types of binding of pathogens exi…
What type of binding is describe as su…
What type of binding is described as s…
What are the steps for phagocytosis?
-direct binding... -indirect binding
Direct binding
Indirect binding
-chemotaxis and adherence of microbe to phagocyte ... -ingestion…
What types of binding of pathogens exi…
-direct binding... -indirect binding
What type of binding is describe as su…
Direct binding
29 terms
Foundations in Microbiology 7
aerobe
anaerobe
bianary fission
commenslism
a microorganism that can live and grow only in the presence o…
a microorganism grows best or exclusively without oxygen
A means of asexual reproduction in which a parent organism, o…
unequel relatioship in which one gains a benefits without cau…
aerobe
a microorganism that can live and grow only in the presence o…
anaerobe
a microorganism grows best or exclusively without oxygen
29 terms
Foundations in Microbiology 7
aerobe
anaerobe
bianary fission
commenslism
a microorganism that can live and grow only in the presence o…
a microorganism grows best or exclusively without oxygen
A means of asexual reproduction in which a parent organism, o…
unequel relatioship in which one gains a benefits without cau…
aerobe
a microorganism that can live and grow only in the presence o…
anaerobe
a microorganism grows best or exclusively without oxygen
146 terms
29 30 31 32 Mastering Pre + Post
Rheumatic fever is
Pus formation in skin lesions caused b…
meningitis can be caused by
The mos sever and fatal form of anthra…
an autoimmune disease
leukocidin
viral bacterial or fungal infections
inhalation anthrax
Rheumatic fever is
an autoimmune disease
Pus formation in skin lesions caused b…
leukocidin
29 terms
Biochem 11/7 - Differentiation and Proliferation
when in the cell cycle is RNA synthesi…
are the majority of the cells in the c…
what molecules are responsible for cel…
how do mitogens trigger cell cycle pro…
during mitosis because the chromosomes are condensed so you c…
no, the majority of the cells in the body have exited the cel…
Cytokin Dependent Kinases (CDKs) ... - the CDKs phosphorylate ot…
they up-regulate cyclins and CDKs ... - CDKs phosphorylate pRB f…
when in the cell cycle is RNA synthesi…
during mitosis because the chromosomes are condensed so you c…
are the majority of the cells in the c…
no, the majority of the cells in the body have exited the cel…
71 terms
Immunology
What is immunity?
What is innate immunity?
What are examples of soluble factors?
What are the 3 main innate immunity ce…
Body defenses that protect against disease
Consists of chemicals (soluble factors) and cells
Molecules causing low pH in tears, saliva, etc.... Enzymes that…
1. Neutrophils... 2. Macrophages... 3. Natural Killer Cells (NK cel…
What is immunity?
Body defenses that protect against disease
What is innate immunity?
Consists of chemicals (soluble factors) and cells
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