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Lymphatic vessels are thinner and have more what than veins?
True or False: The lymphatic system transports dietary fats and vitamins.
The GI, respiratory, urinary, and repro tracts are lined with:
Phagocytic mobilization has four steps. Leukocytosis, Margination, ???, and Chemotaxis.
The largest lymphatic organ
Along with plasma cells, B cells differentiate into:
Once a NK cell recognizes and adheres to an abnormal cell, something inside it realigns in order to secrete perforin along a shorter distance. What realigns?
The first complement protein to divide is:
Natural killer cells secrete this chemical, which tears open the cell membrane.
Redness, heat, swelling and pain are the four cardinal signs for this actue non-specific response.
Natural Killer cells are a type of what cell?
This substance attacks microorganisms directly, hindering its ability to reproduce. (ex. interferon, complement proteins)
C5 breaks into C5a and C5b to combine with C6. These subsequently combine with C7, C8 and C9 to produce a:
B cells mature in the:
Does the left lymphatic duct drain the legs?
These proteins tag themselves to a microbe with an antibody-antigen complex.
Your phagocytic cells have secreted pyrogens in order to denature bacterial cells that have invaded your body. What is the result of this non-specific response?
T cells are created in the:
What is another name for non-specific immunity?
Interferons alter cellular activities. What is another name for them?
Schmidt stabs you with a knife because you used his hair gel. In order to prevent the spread of damaging agents to nearby tissues, your body responds via this non-specific response
These are produced by natural killer cells, macrophages, virus-infected body cells and T-lymphocytes.
Lymphatic tissue has a 3D network comprised of what kind of connective tissue?
After neutrophils are released from the bone marrow, they cling to the walls of capillaries in the injured area. Then, the squeeze through capillary walls and begin phagocytosis on
The skin, hair, and tears are examples of what innate defense?
The duct that drains the majority of the body's lymph
Lymphatic vessels run in the same direction as:
This type of cell kills tumor cells and some viruses via cytolysis.
C3a+C3b and C3a+C5a result in:
True or False: Phagocytic mobilization is a part of your innate immunity.
C3 breaks into C3b and C3a and combines with which other complement protein
Complete the flow: blood capillary --> ISF --> ??? --> lymphatic vessel --> lymphatic duct
True or false: a high fever allows your immune system to work more effectively.
C3b makes it easy for phagocytes to attach to microbes. What is the name of this process?
T cells mature in the:
The first line of defense fights against pathogenic invasions. What is another name for this?

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