1. What is the role of macrophage?
a. Start T cell production
b. Clean up foreigner invaders in our body
c. Responds to parasite
2. Why is the lymphatic system a strong component in our immune system?
a. Helps mature T cells for our immune system
b. Helps produce mast cells to infection
c. Helps produce an immune response to infection
3.What do mast cells do in the inflammation process?
a. Cause bacteria to enter body
b. Cause cells to become leaky
4. What do B lymphocyte cell produce for our immunity system?
b. Killer T cells
5. What is the definition of endemic disease?
a. Regularly found around a particular group people
b. Widespread throughout a community at a particular point in time
c. Prevalent all over the world
6. What is unique about apicomplexans in their reproduction pattern?
a. Takes three vectors for life cycle
b. Takes two vectors for life cycle
c. Has a prolong life cycle
7. What is the most common example of apicomplexans
b. Common Cold
8. What diseases does medical community see when protozans are present (flagellated protozons)?
a. Water borne diseases
9. How quickly do prokaryotes reproduce?
a. Every hour
b. Every 20 minutes
c. Every 40 minutes
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1. b. Clean up foreigner invaders in our body
Macrophages kills the foreigner invader by the process of phagocytosis ,it engulf the invaders and digset them.The mast cells and basophils functions in responding to the parasitic infections.T cell activation occurs when T cells receptor present on the CD4+ helper cells and CD8+ cytotoxic cells bounds to the antigen.
2.c. Helps produce an immune response to infection
The lymphatic system is the component of immune system, helps in maintaining the balance of fluid and absorbs fat. The lymphatic system composed of extensive network of vessels and lymph flowing through them ,monitor the pathogens and kill them before causing infections.
3.b. Cause cells to become leaky
Mast cells which is already IgE primed releases the chemical mediator compounds to trigger the inflammation from stored granules. It releases the histamines,cytokines ,heparin and other proteases in the environment . Thus, prevents the bacteria or other pathogens to enter into the cell.
The B lymphocytes cells produced in bone marrow and get matured in spleen and forms the naive mature B cells. It produces antibodies which helps in humoral immunity. Killer T cells is produced by the T lymphocytes ,helps in killing the transformed cells.
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