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Chamberlain College of Nursing BIOS 255 Edapt The Role of Antibodies in Adaptive (Specific, Acquired) Immunity and Applied Immunology quiz Anatomy and Physiology III with Lab-Holsey > Unit 5

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Edapt The Role of Antibodies in Adaptive (Specific, Acquired) Immunity and Applied Immunology quiz Anatomy and Physiology III with Lab-Holsey > Unit 5 1. An example of an artificial active immunity... would be: a. Life-long immunity by measles infection. b. Vaccination for measles. c. Baby acquiring antibodies from mother's milk. d. Giving antiserum for snake bite. 2. When a pathogen enters the body which of these is marked by an initial latent period where there is no response from the immune system? a. Primary b. Quaternary c. Secondary d. Tertiary 3. True or false. Antibody molecules circulate in lymph, blood, and tissue fluids. a. True b. False 4. You traveled to Antarctica when a new infectious disease was discovered circulating among the inhabitants. Assuming you have been exposed, which antibody will be seen at higher levels in your blood approximately four days after you arrived? a. IgA b. IgE c. IgD d. IgM 5. The antibody that can cross the placenta is ______. a. IgG b. IgE c. IgA d. IgD e. IgM 6. The part of antibody that binds to the antigen is called the _______ region. a. stem b. variable c. terminal d. constant e. hinge 7. An example of natural active immunity would be: a. vaccination for measles. b. life-long immunity by measles infection. c. baby acquiring antibodies from mother's milk. d. giving antiserum for snake bite. 8. The antibody that exists as pentamer is ______. a. IgM b. IgD c. IgA d. IgE e. IgG 9. An example of artificial passive immunity would be: a. life-long immunity by measles infection. b. vaccination for measles. c. giving antiserum for snake bite. d. baby acquiring antibodies from mother's milk. 10. An example of natural passive immunity would be: a. life-long immunity by measles infection. b. baby acquiring antibodies from mother's milk. c. giving antiserum for snake bite. d. vaccination for measles. 11. Anti-venom provides: a. natural artifical immunity b. artificial passive immunity c. natural passive immunity d. artificial active immunity e. natural active immunity 12. This antibody is associated with mast cells and basophils a. IgE b. IgG c. IgD d. IgA e. IgM 13. The antibody found in body secretions such as mucus, tears, and saliva is ______. a. IgA b. IgG c. IgE d. IgM e. IgD 14. The most abundant antibody in blood serum is _____. a. IgE b. IgG c. IgD d. IgA e. IgM [Show More]

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