Reading ?'s 31.3
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1) Responses to pathogens that occur on a cellular level are called ___________ responses.
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2) Differentiate between specific and nonspecific responses.
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3) Inflammation is a (specific or nonspecific) response.
4) What four symptoms are related to inflammatory response?
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5) What chemical signal (hormone) is realized by the white blood cells to signal inflammatory response?
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6) What does this hormone cause to happen to the body?
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7) What happens to white blood cells during inflammatory response?
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8) When do fevers develop?
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9) What hormone causes a low fever to develop?
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10) What are the benefits of low fevers?
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11) What are the dangers of high fevers?
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12) Specific immune defense leads to _________________ and occur on the ______ level.
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13) Define antigen.
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14) What do memory cells do?
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15) Which type of immune system cells are used in cellular immunity?
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16) What do T cells do to infected body cells?
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17) What do phagocytes do to a pathogen’s antigens?
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18) How do antigen-presenting phagocytes and T cells interact?
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19) What do memory T cells do?
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20) What do activated T cells do?
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21) Humoral immunity depends on __________.
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22) What are three things that antibodies can do to pathogens?
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23) What do B cells do to pathogens to which they have bound?
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24) How do T cells and B cells interact?
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25) What do activated B cells do?
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26) What do phagocytes do to antibody “attacked” pathogens?
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27) Antigen receptors on the surface of your white blood cells determine what?
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28) What causes autoimmune disease?
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