5) What is an example of a soluble defensive factor produced by
the immune system?
6) Which one of the following cells is most capable of killing
your own cells if they become infected with a virus?
7) How can your immune system be trained to protect you against
a pathogen that you have
never been infected with?
||By infection with that pathogen.
||Drinking lots of coffee and wheat grass.
8) Why are innate immune responses faster than adaptive
||Because innate cells are already fully developed whereas
adaptive cells must undergo a differentiation process before they
can participate in defending against a pathogen.
||Because soluble innate defensive factors are already present in
your blood and interstitial fluids whereas soluble adaptive factors
can only be produced after infection (or vaccination).
||The number of innate cells capable of recognizing and
responding to an infection is much larger at any given moment than
the number of similarly capable adaptive cells.
9)Which one of the following is not a sentinel cell?
10) Which one of the following is an innate cell that is capable
of producing antibody?