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Immune System & Integumentary System

AnatomyFunction
Thymus Site of T-cell differentiation
Lymph node Filters fluids, catching viruses, bacteria & other unknown materials
T cells WBCs aka lymphocytes & play a central role in cell-mediated immunity
B cells Make antibodies against antigens, to perform the role of Antigen-presenting cell (APC) & to develop into memory B cells after activation by antigen interaction
Spleen Act as blood filter
Epidermis Produces new skin cells
Dermis Contains collagen & supports blood vessels, glands & nerves
Hypodermis Stores fat that insulates the body
Sebaceous glands Secretes sebum that lubricates the skin & retains water to keep hair & skin soft
Sweat glands Acts as cooling system when the body temperature rises
Created by: SPerez89