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Immunity

Human Health and Disease
Biology
Class 12

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Explain innate immunity, give types of innate immunity - specific and nonspecific immunity.,Discuss - acquired immunity,actively acquired immunity, natural and artificial active acquired immunity and their examples.,Explain- passive acquired immunity, natural and artificial passive acquired immunity,list examples of each type of immunity.Describe - immune system, fluids that fight foreign invaders in body, antibodies and antitoxins.List major differences between active immunity and passive immunity. Discuss - Lymphoid organs primary, secondary, lymph nodes, malt, peyer's patches.

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Vaccine and Immunization

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Immunity and its Types

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Immune System in the Body

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Acquired Immunity

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Active and Passive Immunity

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Autoimmunity

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Which of the following organs can be called as a sort of "blood bank''?

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Match the following :
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ANatural active immunityIDevelopes due to vaccination
BNatural passive immunityIIAnti-rabies serum
CArtificial active immunityIIIAqcuired after smallpox infection
DArtificial passive immunityIVTransfered from mother to child

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