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Science Test May 8th


What is contracted? - how you get the disease
What is transmitted? - how you give the disease
What is a treatment? - relieves the symptoms to feel better
What is a cure? - got rid of it
What are signs? - you can see on the person
What are symptoms? - how you feel
What is a pathogen? - disease producing organism
What do antibodies do? - they surround the virus and bind to it. This prevents the virus from reproducing or being transported throughout the virus
Is cancer a bacteria or virus? - neither
Why are the respiratory, digestive, and circulatory systems called " first-line defenses"? - because they are the first systems to attack the pathogens
What are the specific immunity steps? - 1. recognition - 2. mobilization - 3. disposal - 4. immunity
What is an antigen? - a complex molecule that is foreign to your body
What is an antibody? - a protein made in response to a specific antigen that can attach to the antigen and it to be useless
How do organisms interact with there environment? - they adapt to their habitat
What are bacteria? - single celled organisms of various species which one involved with infectious disease.
How do microorganisms enter your body? They can enter through your mouth, nose, and eyes.
Why are antibodies effective against battle? - they stop the virus from reproducing and spreading
What is a virus? - an ultra-microscopic infectious agent that only reproduces inside a living cell
Created by: abby0224