anonymous
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Which of the following best describes an example of a specific immune response to pathogens? Cytotoxic T cells are activated and destroy cells that pathogens have invaded. Fever increases body temperature and speeds up the body’s reaction to pathogens. Phagocytes identify cells invaded by pathogens and mark them for destruction. Mucus traps pathogens and destroys them before they can enter the body.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Fever increases body temperature and speeds up the body’s reaction to pathogens.
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Pimples have a variety of causes, one of which is a bacterial infection in the oil gland at the base of a hair follicle in the skin. Maria found that when she washed her face with soap and cool water twice a day, she ended up with more pimples than when she simply rinsed it with cool water twice a day. Which of the following is the best explanation for this? Using soap removed her epidermis each time she washed, which allowed bacteria to infect the lower layers of her skin. The soap removed her skin's natural oils which can kill bacteria, while the cool water left the oil on her skin. She was not rinsing all the soap off her skin when she used it, and it clogged her pores, causing pimples to form. The soap was contaminated with bacteria, which infected her skin and caused the pimples to form.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
She was not rinsing all the soap off her skin when she used it, and it clogged her pores, causing pimples to form.

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