Lecture26CheckList - Biol315Lecture26ReviewChecklist

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Biol 315 Lecture 26 Review Checklist The distinguishing features of the immune system are that it defends  against disease with  specificity  and  memory . What do these terms mean  and how are these features different than the more general features of the  other defense systems in the body? [Hint: Think about the functions of cells  such as macrophages, neutrophils, and eosinophils – do they act with  specificity and memory?). What are the major cells of the immune system? What are their functions?  What is an  antigen List the two basic types of  lymphocytes . What are the two types of  T-lymphocytes (T-cells)  discussed in class? What  are their general functions? Concerning B-lymphocytes (B-cells): What are  plasma cells ? What are  antibodies What general classes of antigens are targeted for destruction by cytotoxic T- cells and by plasma cells? Understand the concept of 
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