BMS110 Chapter 9 Study Guide - BMS110 Section A/D/Z Fall...

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BMS110 Section A/D/Z Fall 2011 BMS110 Chapter 9 Study Guide 1. What are the 4 types of microbiology? 2. What is a decomposer? a. Clean up wastes 3. What is a pathogen? a. Cause diseases 4. What are the different types of microbes? a. Any microscopic organism b. Prions c. Viruses d. Bacteria e. Fungi f. Protozoans g. Multicellular parasites 5. What are the parts of the lymphatic system and what are their functions? a. Red bone marrow, thymus gland, spleen, and lymph nodes 6. What are the primary and secondary lymphatic organs and what do they do? a. Primary i. Red bone marrow 1. Blood cell production 2. B cells mature ii. Thymus gland 1. T cells mature (most stay here) b. Secondary i. Spleen 1. White and red pulp ii. Lymph nodes 1. Contains B & T cells, and macrophages 7. Where are T lymphocytes matured? a. Thymus gland 8. Where do you find red bone marrow? a. Flat bones (hip) 9. Where are the major lymph nodes? a. Neck, armpits, and groin regions 1
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BMS110 Section A/D/Z Fall 2011 10. What is the white pulp and red pulp of the spleen? a. White i. Leukocytes b. Red i. Erythrocytes 11. What is the first and second line of defense in nonspecific (innate) immunity? a. First (Barriers) i. Skin ii. Sebeum iii. Normal Bacteria iv. HCl b. Second (Innate) i. Phagocytic leukocytes (Neutrophils, Macrophages) ii. Inflammatory response (Basophils, Mast Cells) iii.
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