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The Immune system..

An organism that causes disease. Pathogen
Part of a bodies defense against pathogens. Immune Response
A chemical produced by a B cell. Anti Body
Immunity in which the antibodies that fight a pathogen. Passive Immunity
A disease that can pass from one organism to another. Infectious Disease
White blood cell that that reacts to each kind of Pathogen. lymphocyte
The ability of the immune system to destroy pathogens before they can cause disease Immunity
A chemical that kills bacteria or slows their growth. Antiboitic
A heating process that is widely used to kill microorganisms pasteurization
A lymphocyte that identifies pathogens. T cell
Immunity that occurs when a person own immune system produces antibodies Active immunity
An abnormal reaction of the body to a previously encountered allergen introduced by inhalation, ingestion, injection or skin contact. allergy
The inflammatory response leaks fluid and certain white blood cells that fight pathogens. inflammatory response
A molecule on a cell that the immune system can recognize as a part of the body or as coming from outside of the body. antigen
The process by which harmless anitgens are deliberately introduced into a person's body to produce active immunity. vaccination
A substance that causes an allergy allergen
A white blood cell that destroys pathogens by engulfing them and breaking them down. phagocyte
A lymphocyte that produces chemicals that help destroy a specific kind of pathogen. B cell
The process by which harmless antigens are deliberately introduced into a person's body to produce active immunity. Vaccine
A chemical that is responsible for the symptoms of an allergy. Histamine
Created by: Lgstelath