Question 1. 1. Memory B cells mature into _____ cells upon second exposure to an antigen. (Points : 3) helper T plasma

Question 1. 1. Memory B cells mature into _____ cells upon second exposure to an antigen. (Points : 3) helper T

plasma

dendritic

natural killer (NK)

Question 2. 2. In regard to adaptive immunity, which of the following is true? (Points : 3) Only B cells can form memory cells

Only T cells can form memory cells

B cells and T cells can both form memory cells

Neither B cells or T cells can form memory cells

Question 3. 3. The innate immune system has a general form of memory where the immune system recognizes molecular patterns of common invaders of the body. (Points : 3) True

False

Question 4. 4. Researchers and immunologists believe that an effective HIV/AIDS vaccine would have to elicit a ________ immune response. (Points : 3) B cell

killer T cell

macrophage

neutrophil

Question 5. 5. Some bacteria and viruses do not elicit a memory response from the immune system. (Points : 3) True

False

Question 6. 6. Which of the following is NOT used to make vaccines? (Points : 3) bacteria

anti-inflammatory drugs

viruses

toxins

Question 7. 7. If a non-infectious, or killed, vaccine is administered, what kind of response will be observed? (Points : 3) helper T cells and neutrophils only

plasma cells only

B cells only

helper T and B cells only

Question 8. 8. A carrier vaccine involves packaging a gene from an infectious agent into a(n): (Points : 3) microscopic worm

virus

human skin cell

artery

Question 9. 9. Memory T cells are descendants of: (Points : 3) naive T cells

a T cell that has previously been activated

mature monocytes

immature dendritic cells

Question 10. 10. Upon second exposure to an antigen, memory cells will generally clear the infection: (Points : 3) after symptoms appear

a week after exposure

before symptoms appear

eventually

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