Chapter 4 Course Objectives Genes and Genetic Diseases
1. Discuss the process of transcription and translation and the roles of messenger and transfer ribonucleic acid (mRNA and
2. Describe the normal karyotype.
3. Differentiate between genotype an
Chapter 8 Course Objectives Adaptive Immunity
1. Characterize immunity, antigens, immunogens, and antibodies.
2. Define and describe these terms: hapten, immunoglobulin, allergen, and antigen determinants (epitopes).
3. Describe the role of antigen-proces
Chapter 10 Course Objectives Infection
1. Define and describe these terms: symbiosis, mutualism, and opportunistic infections.
2. Describe the symbiotic relationships between humans and microorganisms.
3. Identify the stages associated with pathologic inf
Chapter 9 Course Objectives Alterations in Immunity and Inflammation
1. Define hypersensitivity.
2. Define and describe allergy, autoimmunity, and alloimmunity.
3. Contrast allergy to immunity.
4. Compare and contrast the four hypersensitivities (I, II, I
Pathophys Unit 2 Review List
Autosomal dominant, autosomal recessive likelihood that offspring will inherit?
Bonds between nitrogen bases in DNA?
Down Syndrome, Turner Syndr
Chapter 5 Course Objectives Genes, Environment-Lifestyle, and Common Diseases
1. Compare and contrast the concepts of incidence and prevalence.
2. Define and apply the following terms used to analyze relationships between disease and
populations: risk fac
Chapter 7 Course Objectives Innate Immunity: Inflammation
1. Define innate resistance or immunity.
2. Compare and contrast key components of the first, second, and third lines of defense: timing,
receptor cells, memory, peptides, cytokines, and protection