Test 4 Study Guide

Test 4 Study Guide - If Tyler were taking the final he...

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If Tyler were taking the final he would study… Chapters 30 and 31 Mutalistic Antagonism Contribution to nonspecific immunity - Competition between normal flora and a ‘would-be’ pathogen - pathogen would still have to continue this competition to establish disease Normal Flora - have a mutualistic relationship with their host - have a antagonistic relationship with ‘would-be’ pathogens - found in skin, oral cavity, nasal cavity, upper respiratory tract, stomach, intestines, lower urogenital tract, external ear, external eye - not found in lower respiratory tract, brain, spinal fluid, upper genital tract, muscles, blood - contributions o intestinal development o source of vitamins ( E. coli produces excess vita K for large intestine) o stimulate development of immune system o antagonism against pathogens Immunity Nonspecific/Innate - does not distinguish between pathogens and non-pathogens or invading material- it reacts to all to the same extent - initial line of defense against infection - physical (skin, mucous), chemical (high pH), mechanical (cilia, saliva flow), mutual antagonism (normal flora) Inflammation Fever
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2011 for the course MIBO 3500 taught by Professor Dustman during the Spring '09 term at UGA.

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