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Correct Chapter 12 Multiple Choice, Part I, Question 10 Part A Using the figure, identify the following: The lymphoid organ that destroys worn-out blood cells is indicated by ________. ANSWER:
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2/16/2020 5-1 MasteringA&P Lab: Module Five Homework Chapter 12 Multiple Choice, Part I, Question 9 Part A Using the figure, identify the following: The Peyer's patches are indicated by ________.
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2/16/2020 5-1 MasteringA&P Lab: Module Five Homework Using the figure, identify the following: The thymus is indicated by ________. ANSWER: ANSWER: Label A Label B Label C Label D Correct Interactive Activity: Types of Adaptive Immunity Part A - Arms of the Adaptive Defense System Adaptive immunity comprises two branches: humoral immunity and cellular immunity. What are the characteristics of each of the two arms of the adaptive defense system? Sort the listed characteristics of adaptive immunity into the correct bin.
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2/16/2020 5-1 MasteringA&P Lab: Module Five Homework Correct Chapter 12 True/False Question 15 Part A Artificially acquired passive immunity is conferred when one receives immune serum for poisonous snake bites. Reset Help Cytotoxic T lymphocytes Immunocompetency develops in thymus Activated by exposure to APCs Produces antibodies B lymphocytes Immunocompetency develops in bone marrow Responds to specific antigens Originates from hemocytoblasts in red marrow Immunocompetent cells found in lymphoid tissues Cellular immunity Humoral immunity Both cellular and humoral immunity
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Correct Chapter 12 Multiple Choice, Part II, Question 24 Part A Which of the following substances is NOT likely to trigger the immune response? True False
2/16/2020 5-1 MasteringA&P Lab: Module Five Homework Correct Chapter 12 Multiple Choice, Part II, Question 22 Part A What inhibits viruses from entering and attacking healthy cells? bacteria fungi self-antigens virus particles pollen grains
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Correct Chapter 12 Multiple Choice, Part II, Question 21 Part A What does fever accomplish? ANSWER: Fever inhibits bacteria reproduction and speeds the repair process. Fever enables macrophages to attack microorganisms. Fever prevents the formation of complement fixation. Fever prevents the spread of pathogens to adjacent tissues. Fever promotes cell lysis by direct cell attack. keratin complement membrane-attack complexes (MAC) pyrogens interferons
2/16/2020 5-1 MasteringA&P Lab: Module Five Homework Part A Which one of the following is NOT one of the nonspecific body defenses? Correct Score Summary:
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