Innate Immune Response
Overview of Innate Immune System
Also known as Non-specific immune response
Present at birth - Innate
First line of defense are barriers that shield
interior of body from external surroundings
Include anatomical barri
Prokaryotic profiles the Bacteria and Archaea
Use of Morphology and Structural features
in Classification and Identification of bacteria
How are Prokaryotes Different from Eukaryotes?
Humans and the
Microbiology is the study of organisms too
small to be seen with human eye
Includes several sub-disciplines
Digestive System, Respiratory System, Urinary System. Reproductive System
Departmental Test on December 14 2016 5:30pm
Ureters are going to be in the urinary bladder. The net toxic bladder execrates outside.
The Urethra is the tube, at the end of the urin
Q1. Humans are aerobic organisms if so why do you worry about being infected by anaerobic
The fact that most of the human normal flora is composed of anaerobic bacteria suggests that
anaerobic infections might be of medical concern. Indeed, anae
DIVISION OF HEALTH DISCIPLINES
Course Number: BIO 204
Course Name: Anatomy and Physiology II (with Lab)
Hours Per Week: 6 (3 Lecture + 3 Laboratory)
Prerequisite: BIO 130
Chapter 30: VITAL SIGNS
Body temperature is the difference between the amount of heat produced by body processes
and the amount lost to the external environment
Heat Produced Heat lost =Body Temperature
The site of temperature measurement
Biological macromolecules are important cellular components and
perform a wide array of functions necessary for the survival and
growth of living organisms
The four major macromolecules are:
1) Viral genomes vary greatly in size and may include from four genes to several hundred genes. Which
of the following viral features is most apt to correlate with the size of the genome?
A) size of the viral capsomeres
B) RNA versus DNA genome
PYRAMID OF HATE
The Pyramid shows biased behaviors, growing in complexity from the bottom to the top. Although
the behaviors at each level negatively impact individuals and groups, as one moves up the pyramid,
the behaviors have more life-threatening cons
Understand the difference between genotype and phenotype
Understand how to use the principles of Medelian Genetics to predict
the genotype and phenotype of genetic crosses
Understand the difference between dominant traits
BALANCING CHEMICAL EQUATIONS
One of the basic postulates of Daltons atomic theory was that when chemical reactions take
place, atoms are rearrangement to form new substances; there is no loss or creation of atoms.
This statement follows from the Law of Co
Chapter 15 - The Innate Immune Response Chapter 15 - The Innate Immune Response
The Inn te Immune Res onse . . .
a P 5. Skin and mucous membranes are mostly involved in
A. specific immunity.
C irregular immunity.
I; nonspecic i
Social Psychology 213
House of Abuse
By: Amanda Dorner
Types of Abuse
Abuse is the improper usage
or treatment of an individual
unfairly or improperly gain
benefit. Abuse comes in many
different forms some may and
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Organic II Lecture
1. Provide a common name for (CH3)2CHCH2C02Na. (2 points, problem 20100)
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2. Predict the Ill/Z value of the fragment resulting from the McLafferty rearrangement
A systematic procedure for
answering scientific questions
HOW DO PSYCHOLOGISTS STUDY
Does Misery love company?
Do Opposites attract?
Seeing is believing
EMPIRICAL CHALLENGES OF STUDYING
People are complex
What is abnormal
consists of actions,
thoughts, and feelings
that are harmful to the
person and to others.
What is insanity?
The Conflicts of the Odyssey and The Aeneid
Conflict is a tool which brings all stories to life. Without conflict there isnt much that can
capture the attention of readers. In the stories The Odyssey and
Levels of Consciousness
Selective Attention (Cocktail Party Effect)
Effects of Sleep Deprivation
Differences between Nightmares and night terrors
Sleep Disorders: Insomnia, Apnea, Narcolepsy
Types of Dream Content: Manifest & Latent
Is memory always accurate?
What is Memory?
system that stores, organizes,
alters, and recovers (retrieves)
STAGES OF MEMORY
Modifying information so
that it can be placed in memory
Homework 1 CHP 8
PLEASE SHOW YOUR WORK IN THE SPACE PROVIDED.
A wheel of radius 1 m is spinning with a constant angular velocity of 2
rad/s. What is the centripetal acceleration of a point on the wheel's
PHY 205 CHP 7
1. In the collision pictured below, the time of impact is 35.83 milliseconds and the average force is
514.35 newtons. To the nearest hundredth of a joule*sec what
is the impulse? And draw a
representation of the Force-ti
Analysis of a Cell Surface Receptor
COW SERUM ALBUMIN
Glycoprotein: a complex of a polypeptide
covalently bound to an
Chapter 8 Bio461
1) What does the operon model attempt to explain?
A) the coordinated control of gene expression in bacteria
B) bacterial resistance to antibiotics
C) how genes move between homologous regions of DNA
D) the mechanism of viral attachment to