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A healthy immune system is responsible for__(3)
surveillance - recognition - destruction
The immune system is composed of ___5)
blood cells - lymph - RES - ECF - GALT
MHC
major histocompatibility complex
How does a phagocyte know self from non self
MHC
A gene complex that gives rise to a series of glycoproteins found on all cells except RBC
MHC
genes code for markers that display unique characteristic of self &
MHC
allow for recognition of self molecules & regulation of immune reactions
MHC
Phagocytosis include ______(5)
chemotaxis - ingestion - phagolysomome formation - destruction - excretion
chemotaxis & adherence of microbe to phagocyte___ of phagocytosis
one
phase 2 of phagocytosis is___
ingestion of microbe
the 3rd phase of phagocytosis is
formation of phagosome
fusion of the phagosome w/ alysosome to form a phagolysome is phase
4
___ of ingested microbe by enzymes is phase 5
digestion
formation of residual body containing _______material is phase 6 of phagocytosis
indigestible
the finial phase of phagocytosis is
discharge of waste material
primary function of healthy immune system are___(3)
surveillance of body - recognition of foreign material ie pathogens - attack & destroy foreign invaders
surveillance & recognition is the function of_____
lymphatic system
___have an innate capacity to recognized body cells(self) from foreign bodies
WBC
immune sys evaluates cells by examining molecules on their surface called __
markers
development of leukocytes began in
bone marrow
leukocytes are divided in to ___ & ___
granulocytes - agranulocytes
neutrophils, eosinophils & basophils are ___
granulocytes - agranulocytes
___ are essential blood phagocytes that engulf and kill bacteria
neutrophils
____ are active in worm & fungal infections, allergy & inflammatory reactions
eosinophils
basophils function in _____ & _____
inflammatory events & allergies
differential WBC count
monocytes are the ____of WBC
largest
monocytes are blood phagocytes that rapidly leave circulation & mature in to
macrophages
dendritic cells related to macrophoages ___ throughout the tissues & RES
reside
responsible for processing foreign matter & presenting it to lymphocytes
dendrite cells
lymphatic immune system structures are ( 5)
leukocytes - phagocytes - granulocyte & agranulocyte - lymphocytes
macrophages + dendritic cell fit into the category of ____
monocytes