Story of the Immune System KEY a. b. c. 1. invades the house & makes owners take care of it pathogen ... called security company and the police helper T cells.
a. Function in Story b. Part in Immune Response c. Function in Immune Response. 1. spiky intruders. 2. house & owners. 3. security company. 4. marking paint. 5. paint sprayers. 6. guards. 7. dog. 8. intruder's spike. 9. dispatcher. 10. police. Parts
Character in Story a. Function in Story b. Part in Immune Response c. Function in Immune Response. 1. spiky intruders. 2. house & owners. 3. security company.
It was anything but safe inside the house. The owners of the house sensed that help was just outside and they battled with the spiky intruder, ripping a piece of his shirt off. They immediately hung the ripped shirt in the window. Neighbors saw the s
Immune System Study Guide KEY. 1. microbes cause infectious diseases. 2. bacteria, protists, fungi, viruses. 3. a. they cannot perform chemical reactions; b. they cannot reproduce on their own. 4. They invade host cells & trick them into making new v
26. How does the heat in a fever kill pathogens? 27. Which defense traps pathogens? 28. Which defense breaks up pathogens, rendering them useless? 29. Why is the inflammatory response good? Types of Specific Defenses. 30. Which defense targets antige
specific defense that uses T cells. 15. swelling and redness; response to tissue damage. 16. chemical released by mast cells that causes an inflammatory response. 17. B cells that produce more antibody after antibody binds to antigen. 18. any foreign
popular board game. The game challenges 1-4 players to stop the spread of a deadly disease by vaccinating and treating people. The game is not only fun. It also teaches players ... of group immunity and the importance of vaccinations at the populatio
How do vaccines help you build immunity? Describe for both B cells and T cells. Be specific. 9. Identify each system's involvement in the immune response and include specific examples of structures or how each accomplishes its function. System. Funct
In fact, it is the single most important defense of the body against pathogens. It forms a physical barrier. 2 .... inflammatory response. A complex biological reaction to tissue damage; one of the first responses of the immune system to infection ..
The immune system protects the body from "germs" and other harmful ...... are intentionally released or spread and have the potential to cause disease epi-.
Period: ______. Biology Notes: Immune System. Directions: Fill in the blanks as we cover the topic in the PowerPoint. Corresponds to textbook pages 940-948 & 955-956. History of Medicine. Pathogens. â¢ Defined: ...
Disease Worksheet l. What are the 5 types of pathogens? 2. Which type of diseases cannot be spread from person to person? 3. Describe the structure of a ... What type of virus enters cells and immediately starts reproducing and kills the cells? 2. ..
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Biology Notes: The Immune System. History of Medicine. â¢ Germ Theory: Pathogens. â¢ Defined: that cause disease. â Viruses: turn cells into. making factories. â Bacteria: prokaryotes that can release. â Fungi: cells and absorb the. â Proto
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The Skinâ Provides an impervious barrier to pathogens. Mucous membranes â Line the entrances to the body such as in the respiratory tract entrances. Mucus produced by these membranes traps foreign particles and directs them out of the body. Hairs
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Immune System Story KEY Character in
Part in Immune
Spiky Intruder /Friend
Start immune response; cause infection
Activated B cell
Produces plasma and memory B cells
Mark and immobilize antigens
Role in Immune System
Security Guard Interns
Memory B Cells
Produce antibodies 1st time pathogen is encountered Produce antibodies after 1st encounter with pathogen