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Some pathogens cause disease by
a) Destroying cells b) Smoking cigarettes c) Dividing uncontrollably d) Producing insulin
An example of a pathogen is:
a) Bacteria b) Fungi c) Virus d) All of the above
This type of disease is caused by pathogens
a) Communicable b) Non-communicable c) Viruses d) Bacteria
An example of a communicable disease is...
a) Chicken pox b) The flu c) Ring Worm d) All of the above
White blood cells engulf invaders. What does the term engulf mean?
a) Capture b) Forgive c) Destroy d) See
Why would a T-cell mark an invader with an antibody?
a) If it is marked than it is actually a helpful bacterium b) So that other white cells will know to destroy it c) To make sure that it goes with the cell that marked it d) So that it can be sent to the nervous system
Which of the following is NOT a way your body protects itself against disease?
a) Acids in your throat b) Enzymes in your eyes, nose and mouth c) Chemicals in your skin d) Platelets in your blood
A substance that can kill bacteria is a(n)
a) antiviral b) pathogen c) pasteurization d) antibiotic
The immune system produces antibodies that
a) cause cancer b) inject genetic materials c) reproduce inside cells d) identify pathogens
What causes you to not get a virus again for a very long time?
a) You body now has antibodies against the virus b) Your body is now smart c) Because the virus is now dead d) Trick question, you can get the virus again
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