Quiz for Chapter 29

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Chapter 29 Quiz|

Question 1|
Signaling proteins that alert the immune system an infection is present and that sometimes directly fight pathogens are the: | | complement proteins.|
| | antihistamines.|
| | antibodies.|
| | cytokines.|
| | histamines.|
Question 2|
Which cells in the immune system produce memory cells?
| | lymphocytes|
| | eosinophils|
| | mast cells|
| | dendritic cells|
Question 3|
Histamine causes which of the following?
| | TLR production|
| | complement protein production|
| | increased permeability and dilation of blood vessels| | | the anti-inflammatory response|
| | antibody production|
Question 4|
AIDS has become a more manageable illness in developed countries in recent years due to: | | general resistance in the human population.|
| | declining disease rates in most areas of the world.| | | vaccines.|
| | medications that keep HIV from copying itself.|
| | changes in the viral genome.|
Question 5|
Why does producing a large "clone" of activated T cells also provide long-term immunity? | | Leftover antibodies last a long time.|
| | More cells are produced than necessary.|
| | Some of the T cells become memory cells.|
| | Some of the T cells can become B cells.|
| | The cloned cells are stronger than the original cells.| Question 6|
Some vaccines contain live bacteria. Before they are injected into the body, those bacteria ___. | | must be killed by heating|
| | are weakened so that they do not cause disease|
| | have all their antigens removed|
| | are mixed with antibiotics|
Question 7|
Helpful bacteria that produce lactic acid would be a defense found in which part of the body? | | skin|
| | female reproductive tract|
| | respiratory tract|
| | urinary tract|
| | stomach|
Question 8|
Clumping of antibodies and antigens is referred to as:
| | neutralization.|
| | agglutination.|
| | antigen presentation.|
| | coagulation.|
Question 9|
Lymphocytes and other white blood cells are produced in the: | | lymph nodes.|
| | bone marrow.|
| | heart.|
| | thymus gland.|
Question 10|
The response that targets specific (and only specific) pathogens is the: | | adaptive immune response.|
| | barrier to infection.|
| | innate response.|
| | phagocytosis response.|
| | inflammatory response.|
Question 11|
The lymphocyte group that includes both CD4 receptor "helper" and CD8 receptor "killer" cells would be the: | | macrophages.|
| | dendritic cells.|
| | mast cells.|
| | B-cells.|
| | T-cells.|
Question 12|
Any substance that can cause an immune response is a/an:
| | antibody.|
| | nonspecific defense.|
| | interferon.|
| | antigen.|
| | microbe.|
Question 13|
Lymphatic tissue closely associated with the bloodstream as well as lymphatic circulation is found in the: | | tonsils.|
| | thymus.|
| | spleen.|
| | intestine.|
| | bone marrow.|
Question 14|
Attaching an antibody to an antigen so that the antigen cannot attach to anything else is referred to as: | | antigen presentation.|
| | agglutination.|
| | neutralization.|
| | coagulation.|
Question 15|
Which of the following can cause an immune response and subsequent immunity? | | white blood cells|
| | interleukins|
| | interferons|
| | antigens|
| | fever|
Question 16|
Which of the following cells release histamine?
| | lymphocytes|
| | dendritic cells|
| | eosinophils|
| | mast cells|
Question 17|
The skin serves as which type of defense against pathogens?
| | innate response|
| | adaptive immunity|
| | complement|
| | protective immunity|
| | barrier to infection|
Question 18|
Which of the following best...
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