Study Guide Chap 42 - Study Guide Chapter 42 The Immune...

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Study Guide Chapter 42 – The Immune System What materials, tissues, and organs make up the non-specific responses to infection? How is the lympthatic system involved with both specific and non-specific defense? Hematopoetic stem cells produce multiple cell types involved in circulation and defense. How do the various cell types work to defend the body against different types of invasion? What makes up the complement and how does complement disrupt bacterial cells? What role do phagocytes play in defense against infection? How is inflammation triggered and what benefits does it provide in the fight against infection? What are antibodies and how do they help fight infection? How does the presence of circulating antibodies lead to immunity? What are the steps involved in both the humoral and cellular immune responses? How are helper T cells involved in both processes? What are MHC proteins and how are they involved in the immune responses?
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