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Question number: 343

» Circulatory, Immune & Lymphatic Systems

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Hematopoiesis is a process that occurs in.

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Choice (5)Response

a.

The spleen

b.

Bone marrow

c.

The thymus

d.

Areas of infection

e.

Lymph nodes

Question number: 344

» DNA and Protein Synthesis

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The specificity of an antibody is determined by

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a.

Clonal selection by macrophages within the bone marrow

b.

Random gene rearrangements within B-cell progenitors

c.

B-cell response within lymph nodes

d.

B-cell encounters with foreign antigens

e.

Antigenic selection of B-cell clones within the bone marrow

Question number: 345

» Circulatory, Immune & Lymphatic Systems

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Which of the following is NOT considered a granulocyte?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Neutrophil

b.

Lymphocyte

c.

Mast cell

d.

Eosinophil

e.

Basophil

Question number: 346

» Muscle & Skeletal Systems

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Which of the following does NOT have an especially strong immunologic presence?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Respiratory mucosal epithelium

b.

Skin

c.

Muscle tissue

d.

Blood

e.

Intestinal mucosal epithelium

Question number: 347

» Circulatory, Immune & Lymphatic Systems

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Which is the proper sequence of events that produces a blood clot?

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a.

Thrombin produces fibrin → fibrin produces prothrombin activator → prothrombin activator produces clot

b.

Fibrin produces thrombin → thrombin produces prothrombin → prothrombin produces prothrombin activator → prothrombin activator plus calcium produces clot

c.

Prothrombin activator produces thrombin → calcium binds prothrombin activator → thrombin produces fibrin → fibrin produces clot

d.

Calcium binds prothrombin activator → prothrombin activator produces thrombin → thrombin produces fibrin → fibrin produces clot

e.

Thrombin produces fibrin → fibrin produces prothrombin → prothrombin produces prothrombin activator → prothrombin activator plus calcium produces clot

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