Question: MIDTER Page 8 BIO 323 35) An excessive immune response of the host is called: a) munodeficiency b…


MIDTER Page 8 BIO 323 35) An excessive immune response of the host is called: a) munodeficiency b) Acquired active immunity c) Acquired passive immunity d) Chronic immunity e) Anocphlycitic shock 36) Cells that remove debris and damaged cells of the body are: a) Mast cells b) Lymphocytes c) Fixed Macrophage d) Eosinophils e) Monocyles 37) Interleukins cause a) Atraction of Leucocytes b) Activation of antibodies c) Increased blood flow to the damaged area d) All of the above c) None of the above 38) The CD4 marker is: a) HIV surface glycoproteins b) Cell surface receptor of T-Lymphocyte for HIV c) d) Found on B-Lymphocytes e) Found on Leucocytes Only found on T-Helper cells Angela gave birth to a 7 pound healthy boy. 7 weeks later the infant was brought to the hospital emergency room with RSV, (respiratory symovial virus) and three days later the newborn died. An autopsy revealed that the boy was born with a very rudimentary thymus gland. The boys death would be attributed due to: 39) a)Lack ofantibodies b) Lack of antigens c) Lack of B-Lymphocyles d) Lack of Leucocytes e Absence of T-Lymphocytes

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MIDTER Page 8 BIO 323 35) An excessive immune response of the host is called: a) munodeficiency b) Acquired active immunity c) Acquired passive immunity d) Chronic immunity e) Anocphlycitic shock 36) Cells that remove debris and damaged cells of the body are: a) Mast cells b) Lymphocytes c) Fixed Macrophage d) Eosinophils e) Monocyles 37) Interleukins cause a) Atraction of Leucocytes b) Activation of antibodies c) Increased blood flow to the damaged area d) All of the above c) None of the above 38) The CD4 marker is: a) HIV surface glycoproteins b) Cell surface receptor of T-Lymphocyte for HIV c) d) Found on B-Lymphocytes e) Found on Leucocytes Only found on T-Helper cells Angela gave birth to a 7 pound healthy boy. 7 weeks later the infant was brought to the hospital emergency room with RSV, (respiratory symovial virus) and three days later the newborn died. An autopsy revealed that the boy was born with a very rudimentary thymus gland. The boy's death would be attributed due to: 39) a)Lack ofantibodies b) Lack of antigens c) Lack of B-Lymphocyles d) Lack of Leucocytes e Absence of T-Lymphocytes

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