Animal Disease Immunity

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Can you name the Animal Disease Immunity?

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Are vaccinations natural or artificial?
Which Ig is the second most common, produced in primary response, and does not cross the placenta?
Are antivenom, antitoxin, and antiserum active or passive?
Are vaccinations active or passive?
Immunity one acquires as they go through life, and is activated when innate defense fail, is ____ immunity.
Secondary response is also called ______ response.
Does natural-active acquired immunity last a long or short time?
Is a puppy exposed to parvo in a kennel natural or artificial?
Antibodies are produced by _____ cells.
It takes __ to 14 days for immune response to peak.
Intentional injections of preformed antibodies are artificial-_____.
Which type of response, primary or secondary, had no lag or latent phase?
Innate immunity is possessed at _____.
T or F: Innate immunity is passive immunity.
Phagocytosis steps include: Chemotaxis, Attachment, ____, and Digestion.
First line of defense in innate immunity includes:
The second line of defense in innate immunity is a group of _____ responses.
Is a puppy exposed to parvo active or passive?
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Are antivenom, antitoxin, and antiserum natural or artificial??
Is colostrum natural or artificial?
Cell-mediated immunity occurs when _____ pathogens are present.
Intentional injections of antigens are artificial-_____.
The abbreviation for immunoglobulin is:
How many immunoglobulins are there?
pH, normal flora, body temp, etc are all part of _____ immunity.
Humoral immunity is most effective against bacteria and viruses located _____ of body cell and toxins.
Which Ig is the most abundant, has the highest concentration in blood, is produced with second exposure, and crosses the placenta?
The state of not being susceptible:
Cell-mediated, humoral, natural, and artificial are all part of _____ immunity.
The production of antibodies/immunoglobulins is _____ immunity.
Which Ig is primarily important for mucosal immunity, found in mucous secretions, and can be passed via nursing?
Does natural-passive acquired immunity last a long or short time?
Is colostrum active or passive?
Which Ig is the primary antibody associated with hypersensitivity or allergic reactions and parasitic infections?
How long does the lag phase generally last?

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Created Feb 1, 2011ReportNominate
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