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Unformatted text preview: B. Regulates immune response C. Alerts other immune cells and suppresses Anti-Viral protein synthesis. D. They are proteins. 6. Phagosomes must fuse with which organelle in order to destroy the pathogen? A. ER B. Mitochondria C. plasma membrane D. Lysozomes 7. Spleen filters blood rather than lymph. 8. The main diffference between lymph and plasma is that A. lymph is composed mainly of serum albumin B. lymph has higher PH than plasma C. Lymph has higher concentration of leukocytes . D. Lymph has higher amount of clotting factors. 9. macrophages are the largest and most effective phagocytes. 10. Which is not a part of phagocytic ingestion of a a pathogen? A. pseudopod formation. B. phagosome formation C. Engulfment or endocytosis of the pathogen. D. exocytosis....
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This note was uploaded on 07/22/2010 for the course BIOLOGY 315 taught by Professor Bio during the Spring '10 term at SUNY Stony Brook.
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