MasteringAand P: Adaptive (Speci XMyLab and Masteringb My Questions | bartlebyXXsession.masteringaandp.com/myct/itemView?assignmentProblemID=134652152Out-of-Class Testin...(19) Dashboard | Kh...a Amazon Sign In0My Movies | Movies...AppsDMCLoginParamount Movies ...DashboardCloud ReaderFree Vampire Books...Articles/InfoAwesome!KAdaptive (Specific) ImmunityItem 11 of 1Part A-Arms of the Adaptive Defense SystemAdaptive immunity comprises two branches: humoral immunity and cellular immunity. What are the characteristics of each of the two arms of the adaptive defense system?Sort the listed characteristics of adaptive immunity into the correct bin.ResetHelpImmunocomncy develops in bonImmunocompetency develops inthymusCytotoxic T lymphocytesActivated by exposure to APCSmarrowImmunocompetent cells found inlymphoid tissuesResponds to specific antigensB lymphocytesProduces antibodiesOriginates from hemocytoblasts in redmarrowBoth cellular and humoral immunityCellular immunityHumoral immunityPrevious Answers Request AnswerSubmit12:34 AMType here to search11/2/2019..о MasteringAand P: Adaptive (Speci XMyLab and Masteringb My Questions | bartlebyXXsession.masteringaandp.com/myct/itemView?assignmentProblemID=134652152Out-of-Class Testin...(19) Dashboard | Kh...a Amazon Sign In0My Movies | Movies...AppsDMCLoginParamount Movies ...DashboardCloud ReaderFree Vampire Books...Articles/InfoAwesome!KAdaptive (Specific) ImmunityItem 11 of 1Part A-Arms of the Adaptive Defense SystemAdaptive immunity comprises two branches: humoral immunity and cellular immunity. What are the characteristics of each of the two arms of the adaptive defense system?Sort the listed characteristics of adaptive immunity into the correct binResetHelpCellular immunityBoth cellular and humoral immunityHumoral immunityActivated by exposure to APCSProduces antibodiesB lymphocytesCytotoxic T lymphocytesOriginates from hemocytoblasts in redImmunocompetency develops in bonemarrowmarrowImmunocompetency develops inthymusImmunocompetent cells found inlymphoid tissuesResponds to specific antigensPrevious Answers Request AnswerSubmit12:33 AMType here to search11/2/2019..о

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I need to know the answer to how these are sorted.

Somehow, my original answer was incorrect (mastering says 2 of them were out of place) - but in the reading from the book and lecture notes, I truly have no clue where I'm going wrong here.  

Please help! 

The one image is just the original problem, and the second was my attempt (where 2 were incorrect).

Thank you!

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Part A-Arms of the Adaptive Defense System
Adaptive immunity comprises two branches: humoral immunity and cellular immunity. What are the characteristics of each of the two arms of the adaptive defense system?
Sort the listed characteristics of adaptive immunity into the correct bin.
Reset
Help
Immunocom
ncy develops in bon
Immunocompetency develops in
thymus
Cytotoxic T lymphocytes
Activated by exposure to APCS
marrow
Immunocompetent cells found in
lymphoid tissues
Responds to specific antigens
B lymphocytes
Produces antibodies
Originates from hemocytoblasts in red
marrow
Both cellular and humoral immunity
Cellular immunity
Humoral immunity
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MasteringAand P: Adaptive (Speci X MyLab and Mastering b My Questions | bartleby X X session.masteringaandp.com/myct/itemView?assignmentProblemID=134652152 Out-of-Class Testin... (19) Dashboard | Kh... a Amazon Sign In 0My Movies | Movies... Apps DMCLogin Paramount Movies ... Dashboard Cloud Reader Free Vampire Books... Articles/Info Awesome! KAdaptive (Specific) Immunity Item 1 1 of 1 Part A-Arms of the Adaptive Defense System Adaptive immunity comprises two branches: humoral immunity and cellular immunity. What are the characteristics of each of the two arms of the adaptive defense system? Sort the listed characteristics of adaptive immunity into the correct bin. Reset Help Immunocom ncy develops in bon Immunocompetency develops in thymus Cytotoxic T lymphocytes Activated by exposure to APCS marrow Immunocompetent cells found in lymphoid tissues Responds to specific antigens B lymphocytes Produces antibodies Originates from hemocytoblasts in red marrow Both cellular and humoral immunity Cellular immunity Humoral immunity Previous Answers Request Answer Submit 12:34 AM Type here to search 11/2/2019 .. о

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KAdaptive (Specific) Immunity
Item 1
1 of 1
Part A-Arms of the Adaptive Defense System
Adaptive immunity comprises two branches: humoral immunity and cellular immunity. What are the characteristics of each of the two arms of the adaptive defense system?
Sort the listed characteristics of adaptive immunity into the correct bin
Reset
Help
Cellular immunity
Both cellular and humoral immunity
Humoral immunity
Activated by exposure to APCS
Produces antibodies
B lymphocytes
Cytotoxic T lymphocytes
Originates from hemocytoblasts in red
Immunocompetency develops in bone
marrow
marrow
Immunocompetency develops in
thymus
Immunocompetent cells found in
lymphoid tissues
Responds to specific antigens
Previous Answers Request Answer
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MasteringAand P: Adaptive (Speci X MyLab and Mastering b My Questions | bartleby X X session.masteringaandp.com/myct/itemView?assignmentProblemID=134652152 Out-of-Class Testin... (19) Dashboard | Kh... a Amazon Sign In 0My Movies | Movies... Apps DMCLogin Paramount Movies ... Dashboard Cloud Reader Free Vampire Books... Articles/Info Awesome! KAdaptive (Specific) Immunity Item 1 1 of 1 Part A-Arms of the Adaptive Defense System Adaptive immunity comprises two branches: humoral immunity and cellular immunity. What are the characteristics of each of the two arms of the adaptive defense system? Sort the listed characteristics of adaptive immunity into the correct bin Reset Help Cellular immunity Both cellular and humoral immunity Humoral immunity Activated by exposure to APCS Produces antibodies B lymphocytes Cytotoxic T lymphocytes Originates from hemocytoblasts in red Immunocompetency develops in bone marrow marrow Immunocompetency develops in thymus Immunocompetent cells found in lymphoid tissues Responds to specific antigens Previous Answers Request Answer Submit 12:33 AM Type here to search 11/2/2019 .. о

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Adaptive immunity or the acquired immunity has specialized cells that helps in elimination of pathogens and prevent the growth of such pathogens. This type of immunity has memory of pathogens it has encountered and the response against them enhances with each encounter.

Adaptive immunity has two branches, namely, cell-mediated immunity and humoral immunity.

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Humoral immunity has quick response to any pathogen whereas the cell-mediated immunity has very s...

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Cellular Immunity Humoral Immunity Both cellular and humoral immunity Incompetent cells found in lymphoid tissues (both mature B-cells and T-cells are stored in spleen and lymph nodes where there are Cytotoxic T-lymphocytes (or B lymphocytes (or B-cells T-cells comprises the cellular comprises the humoral immunity) immunity) maximum chances of encountering foreign particles) Incompetency develops in thymus (incompetency is also Bone marrow (B-cells defined as the maturation of Incompetency develops in the Originates from hemocytoblasts in red matures in the bone marrow).marrow (hemocytoblasts are these cells which occurs in the stem cells that is the thymus for T-cells) responsible for the formation of the all elements of the blood) Responds to specific antigens (T-cells gets activated only when any specific antigen is presented to them by the antigen presenting cells or APCS and they respond by secreting cytokines and inducing B-cells to produce antibodies Activated by exposure to APCS (T-cells require APC that present processed segment of antigen to these cells for their activation) Produce antibodies (only B- cells produces antibodies against any foreign material)

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