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Immune System

What is the immunity called that occurs in the person's own immune system? Passive Immunity
What is the substance that causes an allergy? Allergen
What is the disorder that the Immune System is overly sensitive to a foreign substance? Allergy
What chemical is produced by the B cell of the Immune System? Antibody
What is the molecule that the Immune System can reconize? Antigen
What lymphocyte is the on that produce chemicals that help destroy a specific kind? of pathogen? B Cell
What chemical is responsible for the symptoms allergy? Histamine
What part of the Body's defense againist pathogens in which cells of the immune system can react to each kind of pathogens? Immune response
What is the ability of the Immune system to destroy pathogens before they can cause disease? Immunity
What is a disease that can pass from one organism to another? Infectious disease
What is the part of the Body's defense against pathogens in which fluid and white blood cells can leak from blood vessels into tissues? Inflammatory Response
What white blood cell can react to each kind of pathogens? Lymphocyte
What is the movement of materials through a cell membrane without using energy? Passive Transport
What is the heating process widely used to kill microorganisms in food products such as milk? Pasturization
What is the organism that can cause disease? Pathogen
What is the process by which harmless antigens are introduced into a person's body to produce active immunity? Vaccination
What is a substance used in a vaccination that consists of pathogens that have been weakened or killed but can still trigger the immune system into action? Vaccine
Created by: MJK0906