In the diagram below, the black arrow is pointing to which of the following?  a.Inner cortexb.Afferent lymphatic vesselc.Capsuled.Hilum5 points  QUESTION 3In the diagram below, the black arrow is po

In the diagram below, the black arrow is pointing to which of the following?  

a.

Inner cortex

b.

Afferent lymphatic vessel

c.

Capsule

d.

Hilum

5 points  

QUESTION 3

  • In the diagram below, the black arrow is pointing to which of the following? 

a.

Hilum

b.

Afferent lymphatic vessel

c.

Capsule

d.

Inner cortex

5 points  

QUESTION 4

  • In the diagram below, the black arrow is pointing to which of the following? 

a.

Afferent lymphatic vessel

b.

Hilum

c.

Inner cortex

d.

Capsule

5 points  

QUESTION 5

  • In the diagram below, the black arrow is pointing to which of the following? 

a.

Capsule

b.

Hilum

c.

Afferent lymphatic vessel

d.

Inner cortex

5 points  

QUESTION 6

  • Identify the part of the lymph node that the highlighted line is pointing to below: Your response may be one or more words or phrases. 

5 points  

QUESTION 7

  • Identify the part of the lymph node that the highlighted line is pointing to below: Your response may be one or more words or phrases. 

5 points  

QUESTION 8

  • Identify the part of the lymph node that the highlighted line is pointing to below: Your response may be one or more words or phrases. 

5 points  

QUESTION 9

  • Identify the part of the lymph node that the highlighted line is pointing to below: Your response may be one or more words or phrases. 

5 points  

QUESTION 10

More than 70 micro-organisms have been identified as capable of causing serious disease in man. List and describe the four types of micro-organisms that cause disease. Your response should be at least 75 words in length.  

15 points  

QUESTION 11

Describe the processes of cell reproduction. List and provide brief explanations of the stages and phases that are involved.

Your response should be at least 300 words in length.  

Match words with definitions 

Connective tissue

Reticular fibers (fibres: UK)

Tendons

White blood cells

Immune system

Thrombosis

Muscle

Blood

Endogenous

Sweat

a.

An infection that comes from within the body.

b.

Lymphocytes, phagocytes that destroy infectious organisms.

c.

Tissue is concerned with movement.

d.

An example of a liquid connective tissue.

e.

During tissue repair platelets promote this.

f.

Connects body parts to one another.

g.

Stringy structures within dense connective tissue.

h.

A chemical barrier against infection.

i.

Forms the internal skeleton of soft organs such as the spleen.

j.

Integrated collection of organs and cells that protect the body from disease.