B2 Keeping Healthy Part 1

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  • Created on: 23-01-16 15:25

1. a course of antibiotics should be:

  • completed so that all bacteria is killed and taken once a week
  • lots and lots of antibiotics (20 daily)
  • prescribed only for serious infections and completed so all bacteria is killed
  • prescribed only for serious infections and uncompleted so that your body can remember the microorganism for the next time it enters the body
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2. What does the immune system use to defend the body

  • An army
  • Binary fission
  • White blood cells
  • Red blood cells

3. What do pathogens have on their surface

  • They have chemicals that antibodies recognize as foreign (antigens)
  • Antibodies which like to engulf microorganisms
  • Poo

4. What is the stationary phase

  • When the cells stop working
  • Where resources begin to become scarce and bacteria are dying at the same rates so being produce
  • When the car stops

5. The antibody corresponding to an antigen locks onto it. This sets off a series of events, which include:

  • It flys away
  • 1. WBC divides to produce many copies 2. Each WBC produces many antibody molecules that lock onto the invading cells
  • 1. WBC recognizes antigen and kills its with an overdose of water 2. The WBC memorises the antigen for if the disease comes again

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