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Chapter 22 connect questions

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Chapter 22 connect questions Biol 102

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Anatomy and Physiology II
Mrs. Valerie Lee
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Chapter 22 Connect Questions 1. The functions of the lymphatic system include: Fluid balance, lipid absorption and defense 2. Lymph is the fluid located within: Lymphatic vessels 3. The system that consists of lymphatic vessels, lymph nodes, the tonsils, the spleen and the ____ system. Lymphatic 4. Identify the organs of the lymphatic system Lymph nodes Tonsils Thymus Spleen 5. Accumulation of fluid in the tissue is called _____. Lymphedema 6. Select each item that can be identified as a component of lymph: Hormones and other cellular products Ions, gases, and nutrients Water 7. Lymphatic capillaries drain into lymphatic vessels which then drain into lymphatic ____. The lymph then enters lymphatic ___. Which drain into subclavian veins. Trunks; ducts 8. The two types of lymphocytes in lymphatic tissue are ___ cells and ___ cells. B cells and T cells 9. The white blood cell that is a primary component of lymphatic tissue is the ____. Lymphocyte 10. Saliva, tears, mucus, as well as skin and intact mucous membranes are examples of ____, important in innate immunity. Physical barriers 11. The most important cellular component of the immune system is the ____. White blood cell 12. Match each cell of innate immunity with its primary function Natural killer cell – lyses tumor cells and virally-infected cells Neutrophil – phagocytic; first type of WBC to enter infected tissue Basophil – motile; cell that releases inflammatory mediators (chemicals) Mast cell – nonmotile; cells that releases inflammatory mediators (chemicals) Macrophage phagocyte; also processes antigens and its involved in activation of B and T cells 13. The first type of white blood cell to ender infected tissue where they act as phagocytes and release chemicals that are chemotactic and that enhance inflammation are: neutrophils 14. Natural killer (NK) cells are a type of: Lymphocyte 15. Natural killer cells protect the body by: Lysing non-specific tumor cells Lysing non-specific virally infected cells 16. Indicate the effects of inflammatory mediators within an area of damage tissue. Increases vascular permeability Emigration of phagocytes from blood to tissue 17. Upon injury or infection to a tissue, the process that minimizes the spread of pathogens and promotes tissue healing is _____. Inflammation 18. What are the signs and symptoms of local inflammation? Pain, heat, redness, edema or swelling *The cardinal signs of inflammation are: redness, heat, swelling, pain and compromised function 19. Identify the innate defense mechanism that promotes vasodilation that will increase phagocytes and promotes increased permeability that allows fibrinogen to enter the tissue and thus prevent the spread of the infection. Inflammation 20. Cells derived from monocytes that function as phagocytes and antigen-presenting cells are called ____. Macrophages 21. A substance that stimulates an adaptive immune response is an _____ Antigen 22. An allergic reaction is: An overreaction to an antigen 23. Extracellular proteins that are produced during an immune response and bind to antigens, aiding in their destruction or neutralization, are called ____> Antibodies 24. The primary cells involved in cell-mediated immunity are ___ cells, while ___ cells are the primary cells involved in antibody- mediated immunity. T; B 25. Pre-cells mature into B cells within the ___. Pre-T cells mature into T cells within the ____. Bone marrow; thymus 26. Cell-mediated adaptive immunity targets primarily ____ antigens, while antibody-mediated immunity targets____ antigens. Intracellular; extracellular 27. What term refers to a group of identical lymphocytes, all of which target the same antigen? Clone 28. In order for lymphocytes to be activated against a specific antigen, the lymphocyte must be able to recognize the ___ and ___ in the number of lymphocytes. Antigen; increase 29. The specific region of an antigen that is recognized by a lymphocyte is called an ____. Antigenic determinant 30. MHC class II molecules are found on: Antigen-presenting cells 31. Antigens produced within a cell (such as viral proteins made within a virally-infected cell) are displayed on the cell surface by MHC class ____ molecules. I 32. True or false: All cells in a lymphocyte clone have the same antigen receptor. True all of the cells in a clone target the same antigen 33. The primary lymphatic organs include: Bone marrow and Thymus * the lymph nodes are considered secondary lymph organs because lymphocytes do not mature into functional cells here. 34. Which cell phagocytizes an antigen and displays fragments of it on its surface? Antigen-presenting cell 35. The cells that phagocytize foreign antigens, process them, and insert them on their cell membranes along with MHC class II proteins, are called ____ ____ cells Antigen presenting 36. A self-cell with MHC class ____/antigen complex on its surface can activate T cells, leading to destruction of the self-cell. I 37. Name some examples of antigen-presenting cells. B cells, macrophages, dendritic cells 38. MHC class ___ molecules are found on the surface of antigen- presenting cells. II 39. What can serve as costimulation of lymphocytes Combining of surface molecules between the lymphocyte and another cell. Release and binding of cytokines the surface of the lymphocyte 40. Identify the typical requirements for the production of an immune response by either T or B cells. Costimulation Recognition of an MCH-II antigen complex *co-stimulation is required for immune responses and cytokine release may act as a constimulation but there are other forms of costimulation. 41. During a response to an antigen, the first type of lymphocyte to proliferate is ____ T cells. Helper 42. Antigen presentation followed by costimulation of a helper T cell will promote the helper T cell to: Proliferate 43. The role of plasma cells in adaptive immunity is: To procure antibodies 44. A ____-mediated immune response is effective against extracellular antigens. Antibody 45. The region of an antibody molecule that bins to the antibody’s target antigen is called the ___ region. Variable 46. True or False: the region of an antibody molecule that determines its class (igG, igM, etc.) is the antigenic determinant region. False


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