AP Biology Pre-Discussion Questions: Regulation 6- Immunity

Instructions:

Topic Presentation:

Textbook Reading:

Principles of Life:

OpenStax Biology:

Biozone Pages:

Supplementary Resources:

Crashcourse Biology Videos:

Crashcourse Anatomy & Physiology Videos:

Videos by Paul Andersen:

Questions to answer:

Things you should make sure you understand:

Instructions:  

Topic Presentation:  

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Textbook Reading:

Principles of Life:

OpenStax Biology:

Biozone Pages:

Volume 2:

Supplementary Resources:

Crashcourse Biology Videos:

Your Immune System: Natural Born Killer - Crash Course Biology #32

Crashcourse Anatomy & Physiology Videos:

The material in this video is addressed by Videos 44 - 47 on the CrashCourse Anatomy & Physiology Playlist.

Videos by Paul Andersen:

The Immune System

Plant and Animal Defenses

Cell Communication


Questions to answer:

  1. Why are defense systems needed in multicellular organisms?
  2. Explain the physiological structures in vertebrates that serve each of the following defense purposes:
  1. barriers
  2. traps
  3. elimination
  4. non-specific patrolling cells
  1. How is immunity acquired during a vertebrate’s life cycle?
  2. Compare B-cells and T-cells.
  3. How is it possible that functionally infinite variations of antibodies can be made from one set of genes?
  4. Explain the role of Helper T-cells in the immune system.

Things you should make sure you understand:

(feel free to ask questions about them in class)