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An example of a pathogen is:
a) bacteria b) virus c) fungi d) all of the above
What is NOT a way that pathogens are spread.
a) touching a doorknob b) kissing c) eating rare meat d) boiling water
What kind of disease is rheumatoid arthritis?
a) AIDS b) West Nile Virus c) autoimmune disorder d) cancer
What are the two types of immune response?
a) first line and second line b) innate and acquired c) pathogen and antigen d) direct and indirect
Why are white blood cells sent to the part of the body that is infected by pathogens?
a) to heal the infection b) to supply blood to the infected area c) to provide immunity d) to destroy the pathogens
AIDS is caused by
a) bacteria b) virus c) semen d) blood
All of these are symptoms of inflammation EXCEPT:
a) redness b) swelling c) pain d) oozing
These white blood cells engulf or "eat" pathogens
a) phagocytes b) helper T cells c) B cells d) killer T cells
These proteins fight viruses
a) complement proteins b) interferon c) antibodies d) histamines
You can get passive immunity by
a) getting a vaccine b) breastfeeding c) getting over a cold d) taking Tylenol
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