Biol 1720 Exam III SS'04

Biol 1720 Exam III SS'04 - Name:_ BIOL 1720 Summer 2004...

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Name:________________________________ Signature:_____________________________ BIOL 1720 Summer 2004 Exam III 1. During a secondary immune response, the primary circulating antibody type produced will be: a. IgA. b. IgD. c. IgE. d. IgG e. IgM. 2. The portion of the eye which regulates how much light actually reaches the photoreceptors is the: a. pupil. b. iris. c. cornea. d. lens. e. schlera. 3. A class of white blood cells which is well known for its phagocytic activities would be: a. macrophage. b. B cells. c. T cells. d. natural killer cells. e. plasma cells. 4. The small molecule which undergoes the cis/trans isomerization when light is absorbed by the eye is called: a. photopsin. b. rhodopsin. c. rod factor. d. cone factor. e. retinal. 5. You are running a fever as a result of an infection related to a recent experience involving your left foot and a rather rusty nail. This is likely to be an example of: a. the humoral immune response. b. the T cell-mediated response. c. the inflammatory response. d. a primary immune response. e. secondary immune response. 6. You are exposed to a deadly virus and must achieve a level of immunity against the agent within a matter of hours or die. Your best hope for survival would be a treatment based upon: a. a secondary immune response. b. immunization. c. vaccination. d. active immunity. e. passive immunity.
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7. Your immune system should not respond to surface antigens on the cells of your body, but would attack cells from a transplanted organ with foreign antigens on their surfaces. This acceptance of your own cells as “self” is called: a. autoimmunity. b. clonal selection. c. a primary response. d. immunological tolerance. e. self-preservation. 8. Bowman’s capsule is: a. where hydrogen ions are secreted in order to regulate blood pH. b. a ball of capillaries. c. involved in regulating body temperature in mammals. d. where the filtrate is first collected in the kidney. e. the portion of the kidney where glucose is reabsorbed. 9. Natural killer cells of the immune system kill invading cells using: a. chemicals related to bleach. b. antibodies. c. complement. d. perforins. e. CD4 proteins. 10. Something has gone wrong with your immune system and it has begun to attack cells in your pancreas, destroying your ability to make insulin. This is an example of: a. an autoimmune disease. b.
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