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Human Form Human Function Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology McConnell Hull Test Bank

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Human Form Human Function Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology McConnell Hull Test Bank

ISBN-13: 978-0781780209

ISBN-10: 0781780209

 

 

 

 

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Multiple Choice

  1. Which of the following is a function of the lymphatic system?
  2. oxygen delivery to tissues
  3. housing immune cells
  4. transport of absorbed amino acids from the intestine to the liver
  5. thermoregulation

Answer: B    Objective: 1 Level: I

  1. Which of the following is not a function of the immune system?
  2. defend against pathogens
  3. transport nutrients to the blood
  4. destroy and recycle old cells
  5. target and destroy abnormal cells within the body

Answer: B    Objective: 1 Level: I

  1. Macrophages participate in
  2. phagocytosis
  3. antigen presentation
  4. immunity
  5. All of the answers are correct

Answer: D   Objective: 2 Level: II

  1. Which of the following substances would NOT be found in lymph?
  2. proteins
  3. water
  4. lymphocytes
  5. red blood cells

Answer: D   Objective: 3 Level: I

  1. Lymph from the thigh and groin passes through the_____.
  2. inguinal nodes
  3. cervical nodes
  4. axillary nodes
  5. tracheobronchial nodes

Answer: A    Objective: 4 Level: I

  1. A sinus, red pulp, and white pulp all within a capsule are part of what organ(s)?
  2. lymph nodes
  3. spleen
  4. thymus
  5. adenoids

Answer: B    Objective: 5 Level: I

  1. Which of the following pathogens does not have a cell membrane?
  2. fungus
  3. bacterium
  4. virus
  5. protozoa

Answer: C   Objective: 7 Level: I

  1. Mr. Calicci receives a call from Dr. Adano, who tells him that an organ donor has been found for his transplant surgery and asks him to come to the hospital right away. Mr. Calicci asks Dr. Adano if he’s sure it’s safe to use the organ from this donor, because he’s heard about problems that can happen if the donor and the patient aren’t the compatible. He’s heard stories about patients whose bodies “reject” a transplanted organ. Don’t they have to do those “matching tests” or whatever? Dr. Adano assures Mr. Calicci that this donor is fine; tissue typing is not necessary for this type of transplant. What kind of transplant surgery is Mr. Calicci having?
  2. skin graft
  3. corneal transplant
  4. heart transplant
  5. kidney transplant

Answer: B    Objective: 9 Level: III

  1. A process that results in antibody production by the recipient induces a form of immunity called
  2. active immunity
  3. nonspecific immunity
  4. passive immunity
  5. immunotherapy

Answer: A    Outcome: 10         Level: I

  1. The site on an antibody that is specifically tailored to fit a specific antigen is called the_____
  2. constant region
  3. variable region
  4. light chain
  5. heavy chain

Answer: B    Objective: 14         Level: II

  1. T cells develop in the
  2. spleen
  3. thymus
  4. bone marrow
  5. tonsils

Answer: B    Outcome: 4 Level: I

  1. Which of the following cells or substances participates in innate immunity?
  2. NK cells
  3. antibodies
  4. None of the answers are correct
  5. cytotoxic T cells

Answer: A    Objective: 11         Level: I

  1. Which chemical in innate immunity damages the vessels that supply growing tumors?
  2. Interferon
  3. Tumor necrosis factor
  4. Interleukin
  5. Kinin

Answer: B    Objective: 11         Level: I

  1. In opsonization_______.
  2. a pathogen is coated by proteins to facilitate its destruction by neutrophils and macrophages
  3. the cell wall of a pathogen is breached, leading to death of the cell
  4. MHC II glycoproteins display a fragment of an alien cell
  5. antigens bind to antibodies to become antigen-antibody complexes

Answer: A    Objective: 12         Level: II

  1. Antibodies are synthesized by
  2. MHC proteins
  3. T cells
  4. Histamine receptors
  5. B cells

Answer: D   Objective: 13         Level: I

  1. Antibody-mediated immunity results from the action of____.
  2. mucus
  3. interferons
  4. plasma cells
  5. cytotoxic T cells

Answer: C   Objective: 13         Level: II

  1. Which of the following is not method in which antibodies work with features of innate immunity to destroy a pathogen?
  2. Neutralization
  3. Agglutination
  4. Stimulating interferon production
  5. Complement activation

Answer: C   Objective: 15         Level: II

  1. What is perforin?
  2. A type of antibody synthesized by B cells
  3. A protein expressed by NK cells
  4. A protein produced by cytotoxic T cells
  5. A toxin expressed by some pathogens that is capable of damaging healthy cells

Answer: C   Objective: 16         Level: I

  1. An example of artificial passive immunity is
  2. antibody transfer through breastmilk
  3. injection of antibodies against a particular pathogen
  4. vaccination with an antigen
  5. exposure to an antigen in the environment

Answer: B    Objective: 17         Level: II

  1. All processes that involve an injection result in a form of immunity called
  2. natural immunity
  3. passive immunity
  4. active immunity
  5. artificial immunity

Answer: D   Objective: 17         Level: II

  1. Which of the following is not something that a helper T cell would do when protecting the body against an antigen?
  2. Attract phagocytes to the site of an injury
  3. Release cytokines
  4. Become activated by an MHC II glycoprotein
  5. Secrete antibodies into blood.

Answer: D   Objective: 18         Level: I

Fill-in-the-Blank

  1. A small mass of tissue along the path of a lymphatic vessel is called a ___________.

Answer: lymph node       Objective: 4 Level: I

  1. The _______________ lymph nodes are found in the neck.

Answer: cervical    Objective: 4 Level: I

  1. The enlargement of the inferior portion of the thoracic duct is named the ___________________.

Answer: cisterna chyli     Objective: 4 Level: I

  1. The tonsils located on either side of the soft palate are the ___________________.

Answer: palatine tonsils  Objective: 6 Level: I

  1. The pharyngeal tonsil is also called the ________________.

Answer: adenoid    Objective: 6 Level: I

  1. A substance that enters the body and induces an immune response is a(n) _______________.

Answer: antigen    Objective: 7 Level: I

  1. A circulating protein that binds a specific antigen is called a(n) ________________.

Answer: antibody   Objective: 7 Level: I

  1. A cytokine that induces fever is described as a(n)__________

Answer: pyrogen   Objective: 11         Level: I

  1. Following exposure to an antigen, B cells differentiate into either plasma cells or ____________ cells.

Answer: memory B         Objective: 13         Level: I

  1. Antibodies are secreted by a type of B cell called _______________ cells.

Answer: plasma     Objective: 13         Level: I

  1. A pathogen coated with antibodies may be destroyed by a group of proteins called ____________.

Answer: complement       Objective: 11         Level: I

  1. Receptors on cytotoxic T cells bind only to MHC ___ glycoproteins.

Answer: I     Objective: 16         Level: II

  1. Immunity gained through the placenta is ____ _____ immunity.

Answer: natural passive  Objective: 17         Level: I

  1. An immune reaction to a substance that is normally harmless to most people is termed a(n) _______________.

Answer: allergy     Objective: 19         Level: I

  1. Diseases in which the immune system perceives one’s own cells as foreign are collectively called ____________ diseases.

Answer: autoimmune       Objective: 19         Level: I

True/False

  1. Lymph draining from your left shoulder flows into the thoracic duct.

Answer: True        Objective: 4 Level: I

  1. Pharyngeal tonsils are oval bodies located at each side of the soft palate.

Answer: False       Objective: 6 Level: I

  1. MHC II glycoproteins display internally produced antigens

Answer: False       Objective: 8 Level: I

  1. Complement is involved in both innate and adaptive immunity.

Answer: True        Objective: 12         Level: I

  1. Cell-mediated immunity involves the action of antibodies

Answer: False       Objective: 13         Level: I

 

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