What is a pathogen a pathogen is a micro organism

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16.What is a pathogen?
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Chapter 7 / Exercise 5
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17.What is the body’s first line of defense?
18.What is the body’s second line of defense?
19.Which system is called into action when a pathogen gets past the first two lines of defense? What occurs?
20.Explain two ways that we become immune to diseases.
Unit B – Forensics You will not be asked any questions from this unit. Unit C – Optics Chapter 10 – Light Energy and Its Sources 1. What is light? How does light travel to your eyes?
2. What is the difference between luminous and nonluminous objects?
3. What is incandescent light? What is phosphorescent light? What is electric discharge light? What is fluorescent light? What is chemiluminescent light?
by an object containing phosphors, which emit light after receiving and storing energy from another source (eg. glow-in-the-dark objects). Electric discharge light is light emitted due to electricity passing through a gas (eg. neon lights). Fluorescent light is light given off by an object that receives energy from another source (eg. fluorescent tube lights). Chemiluminescent light is light that comes from chemical energy (eg. glowsticks).

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