Biol 207, Chapter 15 Study Guide
Biol 207, Chapter 15 Study Guide Biol 207
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Chapter 15 Lymphatic and Immunities 0 Know functions of the lymphatic system Assists cardiovascular system by transporting excess interstitial uid lymph through lymphatic vessels Without the primary immune response by the lymphatic system the body would be unable to fight infection and keep itself healthy Fluid and nutrient transport Lymphocyte development Immune response Reabsorbs excess interstitial uid Transport dietary lipids 0 What is immunity 0 Immunity is the defense against pathogens 0 Two Types O 0000 O Innate nonspecific immunity inherited Adaptive specific immunity learned from exposure to specific pathogens function of lymphocytes 0 What is an antigen 0 a toxin or other foreign substance that induces an immune response in the body especially the production of antibodies 0 List primary immune responses How do they work 0 Innate Response nonspecific Phagocytes engulf debris and foreign cells Neutrophils amp Monocytes 0 Found in blood and tissue Tissue Macrophages Resident 0 Found in various tissues Eosinophils 0 Fight parasitic infections 0 Allergy mediator Mast Cell 0 Release histamine during in ammation Natural Killer Cell 0 Surveillance cells Complement System 0 Set of proteins in blood and tissue 0t amp B Interferons 0 Protein signal molecules 0 Synthesized from infected cells 0 Produces viral inhibiting enzymes to 0 protect adjacent cells from being infected O Adapative Response specifc B cells 0 Derived from bone marrow 0 Mature in bone marrow 0 Various types of B Cells 0 Plasma B cells 0 Produce antibodies 0 Memory B Cells 0 Remember antigen I T cells 0 Derived from bone marrow 0 Mature in thymus 0 Various types of T cells 0 Cytotoxic T Cells 0 Recognize and destroy cancerous and infected cells 0 Helper T Cells 0 Coordinate an immune response 0 Activate B cells cytotoxic T cells and other cells 0 Suppressor T Cells 0 Inhibit B and T cells when infection is cleared to prevent autoimmunity and or allergy I Antibodies 0 What is a vaccine and how does it work 0 Introduces altereddead antigens to ellicate an immune response
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