A&P II FINAL REVIEW

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Area seeded by immunocompetent B and T cells.

D

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Area where B cells become immunocompetent.

C

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Area where activated immunocompetent B and T cells recirculate

E

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Area where antigen challenge and clonal selection are most likely to occur.

D

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Heavy chain

B

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Light chain

D

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Variable region

C

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Constant region

E

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Excess hormone levels from this region result in Cushing's syndrome

B

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Hormones mimic sympathetic nervous system neurtransmitters

D

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Mainly produces small amounts of gonadocorticoids

C

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A granulocyte, phagocyte, and the most common white blood cell found in whole blood.

A

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Main bacteria killer during acute infections

A

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Mounts a humoral immune response by producing antibodies

D

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Releases granules that kill parasitic worms

C

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When activated becomes a macrophage that fights infection.

B

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Ventricular fibrillation

D

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Second degree heart block

C

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Junctional rhythm

B

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Capillary with intercellular clefts found in the skin and muscles.

A

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Capillary found where active capillary absorption of filtrate occurs.

B

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Capillary found in endocrine organs that allows hormones to gain rapid entry into the blood

B