Chapter 20 Overview
Lymphatic vessels, lymph nodes and lymph make up the lymphatic system.
Lymphatic vessels return fluids that have leaked from the blood vascular
system back to the blood. Lymphoid organs and tissues protect the body by
Chapter 22 Mod 1 Sections 21.01-22.03
What type of tissue lines the trachea?
What hairs are within the nasal cavity that filter coarse particles, such as
pollen and dust, from inspired air?
What are the functions of the conducting zone?
Which of the follo
Chapter 21 Mod 3 Section 12.04
_is the property of lymphocytes that prevents them
from attacking the bodys own cells.
Self-reactive B cells are eliminated in the _.
_ are substances that can trigger the adaptive
defenses and provoke an immune response.
Chapter 20 Mod 4 Sections 20.05-20.06
Define the function and location of each lymphoid structure.
Mucosa-Associated Lymphatic Tissue (MALT):
What lymphatic structure absorbs lipids in the intestines?
Chapter 16 Mod 2 Sections 16.01 16.03
The chemical classification of hormones includes the following:
Eicosanoids are not true hormones because they
Which of the following is not a major endocrine gland?
Chapter 20 = Mod 3 = Sections 20.03-20.04
Mark the following statements as true or false about lymph nodes.
_There are over 10,000 located throughout the body.
_They have fewer efferent vessels than afferent vessels.
_There is a dense collection located i
1. Which group of messengers is defined as acting on cells within the same
2. A major difference between neurotransmitters and hormones is that
hormones are secreted _.
3. What is a major determinant of a hormones mechanism of action?
4. Where are
Chapter 21 Mod 2 Sections 21.02-21.03
How do complement proteins work?
Interferons can be used to treat all of the following, except
a. Muscular dystrophy
c. Hepatitis C
d. Viral Infections
Which of the following small molecules would be immunog
Chapter 20 Mod 2 Sections 20.01-20.02
Define the following conditions.
How does lymphangitis present?
The bubonic plague was named for what condition?
Chapter 22 Mod 3 Sections 21.06-22.07
Which form of CO2 transport accounts for the greatest amount of CO2
transported in the blood?
Hemoglobin has a tendency to release oxygen where
Which of the following gases has no effect in the blood until hyperbar
Chapter 21 Mod 4 Section 21.05
Humoral immunity is provided by _.
Without _, there is no adaptive immune
What are proteins that attach to antigens?
Active artificially acquired immunity is a result of _
A vaccine works to establish what type of
Chapter 16 Mod 2 Sections 16.04 16.06
What is the name of the property in which a hormone cannot exhibit its full
effect without another hormone?
In which mechanism of hormone action do intracellular calcium ions act as
the final mediator?
When one hormon
Control of Respiration
What area in the brain sets the respiratory rhythm?
Inspiratory neurons send information to the diaphragm via what
What directly stimulates the central chemoreceptors, thus
As a result of hyperventilat
Chapter 21 Mod 5 Sections 21.06-21.07
The process that begins when a helper T cell binds to a class II MHC protein
on a displaying cell is known as _.
All of the following are examples of autoimmune diseases, except:
a. Sickle-cell anemia
b. Graves diseas
Chapter 21 = Mod 1 = Sections 21.01-21.02
What enzyme does saliva and lacrimal fluid contain that destroys bacteria?
Which of the following is a nonspecific barrier defense?
a. Mucous membranes
e. Natural killer
Chapter 22 Overview
PART ONE: FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY
22.1 The Upper Respiratory System Warms, Humidifies
and Filters Air
The Nose and Paranasal Sinuses
1. The nose provides an airway for respiration. It also warms,
moistens and cleanses the incoming air. The
Class II MHC proteins are found on which of the following cell types?
a. All nucleated cells
b. Antigen-presenting cells
Which class of MHC proteins presents exogenous antigens?
a. Class I MHC proteins
b. Class II MHC proteins
Class I MHC proteins are rec
Chapter 22 Mod 4 Sections 22.08-22.10
_, or lung collapse, is a homeostatic imbalance
that occurs when a bronchiole becomes plugged.
Which statement is true of hypocapnia?
a. Increasing CO2 will increase pH
b. Decreasing CO2 will decrease pH
c. CO2, acid
Chapter 22 Mod 2 Sections 22.04-22.05
Which of the following movements would not ventilate the alveoli?
The movement of air into and out of the lungs is called
Why does air move into the lungs?
The _zone includes the alveoli and the
_ zone includes the trachea.
Bacteria or other particulate debris contained within inspired air are removed
or destroyed by _.
Breathing air though the nose serves multiple functions. What function would