ch.43 Immunity - 7) Define Antigen: 8) Define Apoptosis: 9)...

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Immunity 1) Recall the 6 second lines of defense against antigens and be able to explain each. 2) What are the 5 types of Leukocytes? 3) What are the 3 different kinds of Lymphocytes used for the immune system? 4) What is the function of the B-cells? After the B-cells interact with an antigen two types of cells are produced. What are those two types of cells? 5) What is the function of the T-cells? There are two types of T-cells what are they and what are the differences. What types of cells do T-cells produce when they interact with an antigen? 6) Where are white blood cells produced? Where do B-cells mature? T-cells?
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Unformatted text preview: 7) Define Antigen: 8) Define Apoptosis: 9) Define Antibody: 10) Where is Interlukin 1 and 2 secreted? What two cells interact for this to happen? 11) What cell binds to the Class II MHC molecule? What cell binds to the Class I MHC molecule? 12) What cell contains a CD4? CD8? 13) What type of cells are activated by intact antigens? 14) What type of cells are activated by cells that have engulfed antigens? 15) What type of cells are activated by cells that have antigens that were synthesized by normal cells? 16) What type of cell contains a heavy chain and a light chain?...
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