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Which arm of the immune system represents the first line of defense (from 1 t0 4 hours)?
Innate Immunity
Natural Immunity
Which arm of the immune system represents the second line of defense (from 4 to 96 hours)?
Innate Immunity
Natural Immunity
Which arm of the immune system represents the third line of defense (after 96 hours)?
Acquired Immunity
Adaptive Immunity
Which arm has a non-specific control response
Innate Immunity
Natural Immunity
Which arm has a broadly-specific control response?
Innate Immunity
Natural Immunity
Which arm has a highly specific control response?
Acquired Immunity
Adaptive Immunity
List some examples of non-induced innate / nonspecific response preformed defenses.
skin barriers,
saliva proteases,
pH
things in the body that kill threats that exist for other reasons as well
List some examples of an induced innate / broadly specific response.
Phagocytosis,
complement activation,
other inflammatory mechanisms,
cytokine secretion
List some examples of an induced innate / highly specific response.
B-cells (Ab),
helper T cells,
cytolytic T cells
Adaptive or innate immunity:
Dendritic cell
Innate Immunity
Adaptive or innate immunity: Mast cell
Innate Immunity
Adaptive or innate immunity:
Macrophage
Innate Immunity
Adaptive or innate immunity:
Basophil
Innate Immunity
Adaptive or innate immunity:
Natural killer cell
Innate Immunity
Adaptive or innate immunity:
Complement protein
Innate Immunity
Adaptive or innate immunity:
Eosinophil
Innate Immunity
Adaptive or innate immunity:
Neutrophil
Innate Immunity
Adaptive or innate immunity:
Granulocytes
Innate Immunity
Adaptive or innate immunity:
y6 T cell
Adaptive & Innate
Adaptive or innate immunity:
Natural killer T cell
Adaptive & Innate
Adaptive or innate immunity:
B cell
Adaptive Immunity
Adaptive or innate immunity:
Antibodies
Adaptive Immunity
Adaptive or innate immunity:
T cell
Adaptive Immunity
Adaptive or innate immunity:
CD4+ T cell & CD8+ T cell
Adaptive Immunity
Which arm of the immune system has specificity for structures shared by classes of microbes?
Innate Immunity
Which arm of the immune system has specificity for structural detail of microbial molecules (antigens)?
Adaptive Immunity
Which arm of the immune system may recognize nonmicrobial antigens?
Adaptive Immunity
Which arm of the immune system has receptors encoded in germline?
Innate Immunity
limited diversity
Which arm of the immune system has receptors encoded by genes produced by somatic recombination of gene segments?
Adaptive Immunity
greater diversity