chapter_23 - Human Anatomy 8e(Martini\/Timmons\/Tallitsch Chapter 23 The Lymphoid System 23.1 Multiple-Choice Questions 1 Most immune responses originate

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Human Anatomy, 8e (Martini/Timmons/Tallitsch)Chapter 23 The Lymphoid System23.1 Multiple-Choice Questions1) Most immune responses originate in A) primary lymphoid structures.B) macrophages.C) the skin.D) secondary lymphoid structures.E) the liver.Answer: DSection Title: IntroductionLearning Outcome: 23.1Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge2) Which of the following are functions of the lymphoid system in the body?ESection Title: An Overview of the Lymphoid SystemLearning Outcome: 23.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge3) Components of the lymphoid system include the:(1) pancreas (2) spleen (3) lymphatic vessels (4) thymus (5) lymph nodes (6) thoracic ductASection Title: An Overview of the Lymphoid SystemLearning Outcome: 23.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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4) Secondary lymphoid structures may containESection Title: An Overview of the Lymphoid SystemLearning Outcome: 23.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge5) The lymphoid system is composed ofA) lymph.B) the spleen.C) lymph nodes.D) lymphatic vessels.E) All of the answers are correct.Answer: ESection Title: An Overview of the Lymphoid SystemLearning Outcome: 23.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge6) The smallest of the organs of the lymphoid system is (are) theCSection Title: An Overview of the Lymphoid SystemLearning Outcome: 23.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge7) Each day about ________ of fluid moves from the plasma to the interstitial fluid.BSection Title: An Overview of the Lymphoid SystemLearning Outcome: 23.3Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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8) Lipids absorbed in the digestive tract enter ________ in the intestinal wall.CSection Title: Structure of Lymphatic VesselsLearning Outcome: 23.4Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge9) How do lymphatic vessels differ from those of either the arterial or the venous system?A) They do not run together with either the arteries or the veins.B) The lymphatic valves are spaced close enough to give the vessel the appearance of a string of beads.C) They have fewer valves than do the veins.D) They have thicker walls than veins, but less thick than those of the arteries.E) They have very few significant differences.Answer: BSection Title: Structure of Lymphatic VesselsLearning Outcome: 23.4Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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