Has granules in the nucleus and is the most abundant

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Has granules in the nucleus and is the most abundant of the white blood cells. Neutrophil Correct! Correct! Eosinophil Basophil Macrophage Monocyte 4 / 4 pts Ques ! on 18 Match the cell with its best descrip ! on. Select all that apply. Performs phagocytosis Neutrophil Correct! Correct! Eosinophil Correct! Basophil Correct! Correct! Macrophage Correct! Monocyte Correct! Correct! 3 / 3 pts Ques ! on 19 Match the cell with its best descrip " on. This cell is involved in the release of histamines and heparin. Neutrophil Eosinophil Basophil Correct! Correct! Macrophage Monocyte 2.5 / 2.5 pts Ques ! on 20 Which type of immune cell rapidly divides and produces an " bodies? Plasma cells Correct! Correct! Helper T cells Killer B cells Cytokines NK cells 2.5 / 2.5 pts Ques ! on 21 These are produced in the bone marrow and mature in the thymus: A. Cytotoxic T cells B. Helper T cells C. B cells D. NK cells E. A&B Correct! T cells originate in the bone marrow but mature in the thymus F. C&D 2.5 / 2.5 pts Ques ! on 22 These cells contain an an " gen receptor as part of their cell coat: T cells Correct! Memory B cells Interferons Plasma cells Neutrophils 2.5 / 2.5 pts Ques ! on 23 What is TRUE concerning the MHC? These are an " body receptors found on only certain types immune cells. Plasma cells recognize and destroy invading cells using the MHC. It is gene " cally determined and unique to each person Correct! Correct! Abnormal cells display the same MHC as healthy cells Your Answer: 5 / 5 pts Ques ! on 24 Discuss how cell-mediated immunity defends the body against diseases. Give an example of what type of cell uses this form of immunity in the body. cell-mediated immunity defends the body by locally releasing cytokines and enzymes in order to fight o ff the pathogens. One example is phagocytosis when the pathogen is traped in a vacoule and destroyed. T cells work through cell mediated immunity which locally releases contents such as cytokines or enzymes to kill a pathogen or infected cell.

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