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The Lymphatic System

Tonsils Small organs on both sides of the throat.
Spleen Stores blood for use in an emergency and also make white blood cells.
Thymus One of the part that make white blood cells.
Bone marrow Also one of the part that make white blood cells.
Lymphatic system Remove excess fluid around organs, produce white blood cells, and absorb and transport fats and also helps your body maintain fluid. homeostasis.
Water Makes up 65 percent of your body.
Swelling Occur when fluid builds up around organs.
Lymph vessels Are all over the body.
Lymph nodes The fluid that travels through the lymph vessels into the organ and it also protect the body by removing toxins, wastes, and other harmful materials.
Lymphocyte A type of white blood cell that is made in the thymus, the spleen, and bone marrow.
Immunity The resistance to specific pathogens.
Skeletal system Produces immune cells.
Circulatory system Transport immune cells throughout the body.
Antibodies Help the body fight infection faster.
Immune cells Make up protein called antibodies.
Created by: s2004044