Textbook chapters (only one of the following books is necessary, the information covered in the concept questions is
found in each of the books).

•        Chapters 21:  Anatomy and Physiology  by OpenStax College
•        Chapter 19:  Visual Anatomy and Physiology by Martini and Ober
•        Chapter 16:  Hole’s Anatomy and Physiology by Shier, Butler, and Lewis

1.        Describe lymph circulation structures and pathways, and their relationship to edema.

Concept Storyline:  Lymph Circulation

2.        Describe the structure and function of lymph nodes and the path of lymph through a node.

Concept Storyline:  Lymph Nodes

3.        Compare and contrast the development and function of T cells versus B cells versus NK cells.

Concept Storyline:  Lymphocytes

4.        Describe the location and function of the tonsils, thymus, spleen, and lymphoid nodules.

Concept Storyline:  Lymph Organs

5.        Compare and contrast the components and processes contributing to nonspecific versus specific defenses.

Concept Storyline:  Defenses

6.        Compare and contrast the processes and categories of innate versus acquired immunity.

Concept Storyline:  Immunity

7.        Describe the pathways of response, and the outcomes, to antigen presentation.

Concept Storyline:  Antigen Presentation

8.        Describe the role of the major histocompatibility complex and CD markers in specific immunity and autoimmune

Concept Storyline:  Major Histocompatibility Complex

9.        Describe the difference in structure and function of antigens, antibodies, and immunoglobulins as they pertain to
primary versus secondary immune responses.

Concept Storyline:  Antibody Response

10.        Describe the events involved in allergy development and allergic reactions.

 Concept Storyline:  Allergies
Michelle Murphy, M.S., M.Ed.
Lake Region State College