1. David is stung by a bee on his arm. What can the lymphatic system do to remove the venom from the stinger?
Lymph trunks can redirect the venom to the lymph nodes.
Lymph nodes near the sting site can remove the venom.
Blood vessels can remove the venom and send it to the lymphatics.
Lymph can move to the sting site and drain the venom.
I have no idea about this one. Can someone please help?
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2. Jonathan has leukemia, which is a cancer of the blood. People with leukemia have white blood cells that grow and divide rapidly. These abnormal cells crowd out healthy red blood cells. What can the lymphatic system do to help Jonathan's body fight this cancer?
The spleen can remove damaged red blood cells.
The thymus can produce B cells that target the cancer cells.
The lymph nodes can remove cancer cells from lymph.
The lymphatics can destroy cancer cells in the blood.
I think for this one its C. But I'm not sure.
Which list describes the composition of lymph?
Lymphocytes, proteins, and fats
Red blood cells, white blood cells, and fats
Glucose, red blood cells, and fats
Lipids, red blood cells, and lymphocytes
I think this one is A, but just wanna make sure