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Unformatted text preview: 4-16-08- Lecture 30. The Immune Sysytem30.1. Lady Montagu brought back a preventative treatment for small pox which entailed:A) rubbing pus infected with small pox on a healthy personB) bleeding with leechesC) rubbing pus infected with cow pox on a healthy personD) bathing in sulfur waterE) none of the above30.2. Edward Jenner found a preventative treatment for small pox which entailed:A) rubbing pus infected with small pox on a healthy personB) bleeding with leechesC) rubbing pus infected with cow pox of a healthy personD) bathing in sulfur waterE) none of the above30.3. Pasteur discovered that old weak cultures of a microbe can act as a vaccine____________.A) by accidentB) through carefully planned experimentsC) through mathematical model buildingD) by reasoning involving the stereochemical structure of the small pox vaccineE) by experimenting on himself30.4. Tears, saliva and sweat contain ____________, an antibacterial agent.A) streptomycinB) penicillinC) lysozymeD) E) water30.5. ____________is a physical barrier to the penetration of microbes into the body.A) LymphB) SkinC) Bone marrowD) The thymusE) The spleen30.6. Ilya Mechnikov first noticed phagocytes when he:A) studied his own lymphB) studied pond waterC) studied the microorganisms that grew on rotting foodD) inserted a splinter in the larva of a starfishE) studied the cells of the stomach now known as chief cells30.7. Mechnikov used _____________ to relate what happens when a splinter is stuck in larvae and what happens when a splinter enters through the skin of a human.A) analogyB) homologyC) synaptomorphyD) allomorphyE) automorphy30.8. According to_____________ disease would be a fight between the morbid agent, the microbe from outside, and the mobile cells of the organism itself. A) Edward JennerB) Louis PasteurC) Paul EhrlichD) Ilya MechnikovE) Peter Medawar30.9. The mast cells damaged by a puncture wound secrete:A) serotoninB) glycineC) histamineD) aspartateE) acetylcholine30.10. ___________ causes capillaries to become leaky so that the lymphocytes can enter the interstitial fluid surrounding the wound....
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