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BIOL125_Ch14 Study Guide

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Note: The below given guide is to help you focus on the topics that you need to be thorough. Be aware that it cannot be used solely for the exam preparation. It cannot replace lecture notes, and text book on the topics discussed in the class.. Chapter 14 : Non specific immunity Understand the following terms: o resistance, susceptibility, defense, phagocytosis, mechanical barriers, chemical factors, inflammation, tissue repair, complementary system, interferons, first line of defense, second line of defense o Defense mechanisms: first line, second line and third line o How is non specific defense different from specific defense in terms of: o cells, mechanism, specificity, long term memory, secretions produced by the cells. o How are chemical barrier different from mechanical barrier: with examples and location Genetic factors : Identify the cells involved in the defense mechanism: general and specific o Components of blood o Differences between agranulocytes and granulocytes: nucleus, number, function, location o
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