Chapter 14: The Immune System & Lymphoid Organs
Which function is carried out by all lymphoid tissues and organs?
c. Extramedullary hemopoiesis
d. Production of lymphocytes
e. Destruction of old erythrocytes
Which structure is partly encapsulated and covered by nonkeratinized stratified squamous epithelium?
e. Thymic (Hassal’s) corpuscle
Which cell type gives rise to both memory and effector cells and is primarily associated with humoral immunity?
Recycling of iron and heme, the major complex containing iron, occurs most actively in which lymphoid organ(s)/tissue(s)?
Which description is true of all secondary (peripheral) lymphoid organs?
a. Capable of antigen-independent lymphopoiesis
c. Contain epithelial-reticular cells
d. Lack connective tissue capsules
e. Contain lymphoid nodules
Which structure would be most heavily labeled by an immunohistochemical method targeting the CD8 surface antigen?
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