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________. a. B lymphocytes; T lymphocytes b. Type B
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personalities; Type A personalities c. T lymphocytes; B lymphocytes d. Type A personalities; Type B personalities e. coronary heart disease; immune diseases ____143. Worn-out red blood cells and tiny harmful bacteria are ingested by an immune system agent known as the lymphocyte. macrophage. amygdala. glucocorticoid. reticular formation. ____144. Immune system cells that pursue and destroy diseased body cells are called endorphins. carcinogens. NK cells. Type A cells. ____145. By attacking the body's own tissues, an overly reactive immune system is most likely to cause 1. colon cancer. pneumonia. hypertension. relative deprivation. ____146. Which of the following best describes the effects of prolonged periods of stress on the immune system? a. Immune system function is improved because prolonged sympathetic nervous system responses make us more reactive to our environment. b. Research has shown no conclusive link between stress levels and immune system function.
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c. Prolonged stress negatively affects the immune system in only one way— by decreasing the ability of our immune cells to fight infection. d. Chronic stress can affect the immune system either by impairing its function or by causing it to attack the body's own tissues. e. Stress hormones destroy the lymphocytes of the immune system, causing illness. ____147. The secretion of stress hormones ____148. Wild animals placed in zoos sometimes die shortly thereafter. These deaths are likely to result from a(n) ____149. The greatest number of deaths in Africa today result from ____150. Stress is most likely to speed the progression from HIV to AIDS by a. stimulating the release of endorphins.
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b. accelerating the production of NK cells. c. inhibiting the production of lymphocytes. d. slowing the shortening of telomeres. e. increasing the production of dopamine.
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