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17 Cards in this Set

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true/ false red blood cells do not have mitchondria
what plays a key role in inflammation, allergic reactions, pus formation, and destroying incomming bacterial/ parasites
granular leukoctyes
neutrophils, basophils and eosinophils are examples of what
granular leukocytes
where are lyphoctyes produced
bone marrow, lymph nodes, tonsils, appendix, thymus, and spleen
what is a class of white blood cells that phagocytize foreighn matter and bacteria
where are platelets formed
bone marrow
how many molecules of oxygen is each hemoglobin molecule capable of binding to
how are fats incoporated into blood stream
they are absorbed into lymphatic system in the small intesting and then are dumped into blood stream
what type of immunity is responsible for making immunobodies after one has been exposed to sickness
what type of lymphoctyes are involved in the humoral resonse
B cells bbp 166
what is it called when ______ is when memory cells are able to ellicit a more promp response to previously expereinced antigen
secondary response
_____ refers to the production of anitbodies during a immune responce
avtive immunity
true or false the antibodies acquired in passive immunity last a long time?
false- they only work as long as they are ciculating in the blood stream.
what cells are involved in cell-mediated immunity and mainly protect against the bodies own cells that have been infected with a virus/ fungus
T cells BBp 167
____ T cells destroy bacteria directly
cytotoxic T cells
during a secondary response what type of cells rapildy deevide
memory T cells
what is it called when the T cells of the body start to attack their own cells
autoimmune response