The difference between adaptive and innate immunity

Resource: Appendix F
Using the template in Appendix F, located on the student website, define the following in your own words:

  • The difference between adaptive and innate immunity
  • The difference between cellular and humoral immunity
  • The factors that stimulate an immune response
  • The difference between active and passive immunizations

 

University of Phoenix Material

 
Appendix F – Immunity Activity
 
After reading Ch. 16-18 in Microbiology: Principles and Explorations, fill in the following matrix.
 

Answer the following Checklist Exercise from Ch. 17 of Microbiology: Principles and Explorations: Distinguish between active and passive immunity. Give examples of each.
 
Answer the following Checklist Exercise from Ch. 17 of Microbiology: Principles and Explorations: Distinguish between innate and acquired immunity. Give examples of each.
 
Answer the following Checklist Exercise from Ch. 17 of Microbiology: Principles and Explorations: Distinguish between cellular and humoral immunity.
 
In your own words, briefly explain what happens in a primary immune response. Be sure to incorporate the following terms into your explanation: antigen, B-cell, antibody, plasma, and memory cell.
 
In your own words, briefly explain what happens in a secondary immune response. Incorporate the following terms in your explanation: memory cell and antibodies.
 
 
In your own words, briefly explain why a secondary immune response is much faster than a primary immune response.
 
 
In your own words, briefly explain what the difference is between active and passive immunization. Incorporate the following terms in your answer: vaccine, antigen, attenuated, primary immune response, antibodies, serum, and immediate immunity.
 
Answer the following Checklist Question from Ch. 17 of Microbiology: Principles and Explorations: What are some hazards of vaccines?
 
Respond to the following question from Ch. 17 of Microbiology: Principles and Explorations: If you were born without T cells, would you have normal B cell functioning? Why or why not?
 
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