MB C16 Quiz

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MLab Quiz 16


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1. All of the following are components of the nonspecific host defenses exceptantibodies
2. Which of the following is not a chemical barriercomplement
3. Physical barriers of nonspecific defensesinclude both the cells that line the body surfaces and the chemicals they secrete
4. Blood contains cells including all of the following exceptplasma
5. Which of the following does not partake in the process of phagocytosisgranulation


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6. A multilobed lymphatic organ that functions to process lymphocytes known as T cells and release them into the blood is calledthymus gland
7. Toll-like receptorsrecognize molecular patterns unique to pathogens
8. Phagocytic leukocytes that contain oxidative chemicals to kill internalized microorgansisms are calledneutrophils
9. Bacteria that resist digestion by phagocytes use all of the following mechanisms exceptblock chemokines from reaching phagocytes
10. The lymphatic system does all of the following exceptcarries plasma to tissue


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11. During inflammation, permeable capillary walls allow accumulation of fluids near injured cells causing which of the followingedema
12. The condition that is caused by exogenous and endogenous pyrogens isfever
13. A protein that interferes with the ability of a virus to replicate inside a host cell is calledinterferon
14. A pocket of tissue that surrounds and walls off the inflammatory agent is called agranuloma
15. Complement activation results in all of the following physiological processes except fever


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16. The spleenalong with the thymus gland and the skin are all lymphoid organs
17. Exogenous and endogenous __________ are fever causing substancespyrogens
18. Complementsystem consists of over 20 proteins that function in a cascade-like manner, activation results in the onset of fever, pathway involves factors B, D and P
19. Acute phase response proteinsinclude C-reactive protein (CRP) and mannose-binding protein (MBP)
20. The binding and coating of the surfaces of invading microbes by either antibodies or C3b iscalled oposonization