TEST 2 REVIEW - TEST 2 REVIEW -be able to calculate minute...

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TEST 2 REVIEW -be able to calculate minute ventilation rate (respiration rate x tidal volume) -be able to calculate alveolar ventilation rate (tidal volume – dead space) -the thoracic duct empties into the left subclavian vein -the cisterna calli is the beginning of the thoracic duct -know the correct order for flow of lymph from afferent lymphatic vessels to subcapsilar to cavicular (?) sinus to medullary sinuses to efferent lymphatic vessels -capillaries veins thoracic duct and right lymphatic duct subclavian veins -cisterna calli lymphatic trunk thoracic duct subclavian veins Afferent to Efferent -subcapsilar sinus cortex and medulla exits @ helium via efferent vessels -T and B cells are types of lymphocytes -plasma cell is derived from B lymphocyte -B cells differentiate into plasma cells in the germinal centers of the lymph node -B cells divide rapidly and produce plasma cells -the chemical that is produced by virus affected cells and released to provide nonspecific antiviral protection to cells are interferons -fxn of interferon is to prevent viral replication -lysosomes are enzymes found in the body fluid that flow over epithelial surfaces and destroy certain bacteria -most common structural class of antibody molecules are the IgG -IgG protects against bacteria, viruses, and toxins circulated in blood and lymph
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course BIOL 112 taught by Professor Iweha during the Fall '07 term at Baltimore City.

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TEST 2 REVIEW - TEST 2 REVIEW -be able to calculate minute...

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