Unit 10 - J Immunity
This is the whole chapter in a pdf. Most students have a hard time studying off the text book using the syllabus. This pdf just combines them both to make your life easier.
Immunity - Revision Notes
Immunity revision notes, containing information on:
- immune responses
- antigenic variation
- active and passive immunity
- antibodies in medicine (including pregnancy testing, cancer cells and an ELISA)
- HIV and viruses
Public International Law antwoordschema's Beethoven / Public international law answer schemes Beethoven
Making examinations is an art: many students know the answer, but do not drag all points in. With these answer diagrams you will learn both how to answer the exam questions and the core material of the course. Each important subject of the course is discussed in a response plan with: - First a general introduction (what is the legal doctrine, which legislation and jurisprudence, etc. are important); - Then the application (applying the requirements from the legislation and jurisprudence to all possible variants of the doctrine, not just the variant in the workgroup assignments); - Finally, a conclusion (yes, it was murder / no, there was no unlawful act, etc.). If you answer your exam questions as stated in the answer diagrams, you drag all the points in and you master the art of exams. The following subjects are: customary law, treaties, statehood, EHtCR, admissability, assessment, Human Rights Committee, International Criminal Court (ICC), state immunity, individual immunity, ARSIWA, prohibition of the use of force, obligation to prevent transboundary harm and International Court of Justice (ICJ). Making examinations is an art in itself: a lot of students know the answer, but do not get all the points. With this answer schemes you will learn how to answer the exam questions as well as the essence of the learning materials. Every dogma of the course will be discussed as follows: -Firstly, a general introduction; - Secondly, the application; - Lastly, the conclusion. If you answer the questions as written in the answer schemes, you will be asked to answer the questions. The dogmas that will be discussed: customary law, treaties, statehood, EHtCR, admissability, assessment, Human Rights Committee, International Criminal Court (ICC), state immunity, individual immunity, ARSIWA, prohibition of the use of force, obligation to prevent transboundary harm and International Court of Justice (ICJ).
The anatomy and function of the immune system
Describe the response to different pathogens
The function and differences between innate and acquired immunity
International Law Final Exam Summary
Everything you need to know for your final International law exam. Includes the following topics: Sources of international law, the relationship between international and domestic law, sovereign immunity, objects and subjects of international law, state responsibility, peaceful dispute settlement , use of force and international criminal law.
Cells & Immunity
In-depth notes on the second chapter of AQA AS Biology. Covers all aspects of the specification. Includes diagrams as well as highlighted key points. Some parts more condensed than others - more difficult concepts consist of more detail with step by step illustrations.
Immunology Mindmaps (NWI-BB019B) Extra study material
These cover a part of the most important things you should know for the Immunology exam. The Mindmaps can be easier to study compared to a long summary. Subjects discussed:
- Innate immunity
- MHC complex
- Cellular immunity: T-cell response
- B-cell development
- Antibodies & BCR
- BCR signaling