Match the definition in Column B with the word in Column A.
The part of human blood containing
specific antibodies used to produce a
short term passive immunity.
A condition in which a body is not
susceptible to a specific disease.
A foreign substance which can stimulate
the body to produce antibodies.
Immune Globulin _______.
A toxin which has been changed and
weakened by one of the following:
aging, a chemical process, cold, or heat.
A substance produced by the body in
response to an antigen; the substance
is antagonistic to that specific antigen.
A preparation of dead or weakened
disease organisms used as an antigen
instimulating the body to produce
antibodies against a specific disease.
A soldier had chickenpox and recovered.
a. This soldier has now developed _______________________immunity.
b. Since he had the disease, this soldier's body produced antibodies in about ten
to __________ days.
This soldier's immunity to chickenpox will probably last ________________.
John Smith, a civilian employee, has been selected for a position in Xanadu, a
country in which measles is prevalent. John has never had measles. By
receiving the measles immunization, John is acquiring _____ _______ immunity.