- Created by: Chloe minall
- Created on: 07-12-15 09:54
1. What is non-specific immunity
- the immunity we gain from our dad
- the immunity we adapt over time
- the immunity we are born with
- the immunity we gain after an injection
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2. When a cell is healthy they have a protien on their surface, and when they are unhealthy they no longer have this protein on their surface. what is this protein called?
3. What is the job of this chemical?
- to make the blood vessles come to the surface which causes you to itch, this is an infammatory response
- to increase the blood vessels intake of pathogens, which will cause a break in the skin and for pus to leave the nfected area. An inflammatory response
- To make the blood vessels more permable to allow fluid to go to the infected area causing an inflammatory response
- To make the blood vessels contract so no more pathogens can get to the infected area which causes an inflammatory response
4. This while blood is specific to what type of immunity?
- white blood cell immunity
5. What is a Pathogen?
- A Harmful molecule capable of causing you to cry
- A Harmful molecule capable of causing disease
- A Harmful molecule capable of causing a rash
- A Harmful molecule capable of causing a virus