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Innnate Immunity Response Time
1st Responder
Innnate Immunity Recognizes Pathogens by?
Pre-determind Patterns, TRL's
Innnate Immunity Memory?
None
Adaptive Immune System Response Time?
2nd to respond, clears infection
Adaptive Immune System Recognizes Pathogens?
Learns each pathogen individually as it is encountered.
Adaptive Immune System Memory?
Memory to previously encountered pathogens.
Skin and Mucous Fall into which immune system?
1st responders, Innate System
Name 3 physical bariers to prevent microbial entry pertaining to skin:
1. Keratin
2. Epithelial cells tightly packed
3. Sebum
Name 3 characteristics of mucous membrane that help prevent microbial entry:
1. Layer of epithelial cells
2. Secretes mucous
3. Found inside GI, GU, and Respitory Tract
Antimicrobial lysozomes are found in what flushing mechanism?
Perspiration.
"Wall around the city" pertains to Adaptive Immunity. True or False
False, it refers only to the Innate Immune System.
What do the Lysozomes break down in perspiration?
Peptidoglycan bonds
Name 3 charachteristics of sebum.
1.Fatty Acids
2.low pH of 3.5
3. normal flora-digest sebum and dead skin cells
Flushing Mechanisms are part of the
Innate Immune System
Describe the Ciliary Elevator:
When you breath, particles that could harm us get trapped in mucous membranes, and prevents anything from getting in, because the Lungs are Sterile.
Innnate Immunity Response Time
1st Responder
Innnate Immunity Recognizes Pathogens by?
Pre-determind Patterns, TRL's
Innnate Immunity Memory?
None
Adaptive Immune System Response Time?
2nd to respond, clears infection
Adaptive Immune System Recognizes Pathogens?
Learns each pathogen individually as it is encountered.
Adaptive Immune System Memory?
Memory to previously encountered pathogens.
Skin and Mucous Fall into which immune system?
1st responders, Innate System
Name 3 physical bariers to prevent microbial entry pertaining to skin:
1. Keratin
2. Epithelial cells tightly packed
3. Sebum
Name 3 characteristics of mucous membrane that help prevent microbial entry:
1. Layer of epithelial cells
2. Secretes mucous
3. Found inside GI, GU, and Respitory Tract
Antimicrobial lysozomes are found in what flushing mechanism?
Perspiration.
"Wall around the city" pertains to Adaptive Immunity. True or False
False, it refers only to the Innate Immune System.
What do the Lysozomes break down in perspiration?
Peptidoglycan bonds
Name 3 charachteristics of sebum.
1.Fatty Acids
2.low pH of 3.5
3. normal flora-digest sebum and dead skin cells
Flushing Mechanisms are part of the
Innate Immune System
Describe the Ciliary Elevator:
When you breath, particles that could harm us get trapped in mucous membranes, and prevents anything from getting in, because the Lungs are Sterile.