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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Fidel Gulgowski Jr. on Saturday September 26, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to AN S 214 at Iowa State University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 14 views. For similar materials see /class/214434/an-s-214-iowa-state-university in Animal Science at Iowa State University.

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Date Created: 09/26/15
Respiratory Review Divisions The upper respiratory system contains everything between the and The lower includes the through the The division includes the nose through the bronchioles the respiratory division includes the and the which are the functional units of the respiratory system B List the functions of the upper respiratory system 1 2 3 C Nervous control of l 39 quot is l quot 39 39 via the D R G in the and the V R G in the The preripheral not in brain chemoreceptors responsible for sensing pH changes and regulating breathing rate are located in the and D law states that the pressure is inversely proportional to volume law states that gas volume is proportional to its temperature law states that the total pressure of a gas mix is equal to the sum of the partial pressures of its constituent gases law states that the amount of gas dissolved in water is determined by its solubility in water and its partial pressure in the air E De ne the following Tidal Volume Inspiratory Reserve Expiratory Reserve Residual Volume Vital Capacity F Air Composition 2 02 H20 co2 State whether the following increase or decrease the af nity of hemoglobin for Oz Low partial pressure of oxygen in tissue High temperature Low pH Immune Review The three lines of defense against pathogens are external barriers such as the and e ense which includes the leukocytes and defense which is called the immune system and has and as their functional units B cells mature in the while T cells mature in the B cells 1 39 reticular cells and dendritic cells are all classified as A P due to the presence of MHC proteins on their cell surface All other cells in the body have lVIHC proteins on their cell membrane identifying them as self The four cardinal signs of inflamation are and The three stages of a fever which is often caused by chemicals called are the and The complement system is activated by three pathways resulting in the dissociation of the C3 protein into and The four mechanisms of pathogen destruction initiated by complement activation are and with the membrane attack complex HIV is a type of virus which takes out the immune system by destroying the cells The absence of these cells prevents the activation of other immune cells speci cally the which are responsible for humoral immunity and reduces the person39s capacity for Tc cell activation J 39 39 their immunity B Match cell to its function Neutrophil Only lymphocyte involved in nonspeci c defense Basophil Leukocyte that kills parasites Eosinophil Most common phagocytic leukocyte Natural killer cell Leukocyte responsible for swelling via histamine release Monocyte Class of macrophages including dendritic cells alveolar macrophages and micro glia List the 4 modes of antibody action and describe them 1 Neutralization 3 4


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