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UCHA Lymphatic Rev

UCHA Lymphatic and Immune System

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The fluid that is found in the lymphatic system. Lymph Fluid
The smallest, microscopic vessels of the lymphatic system. Lymph Capillaries
Saclike enlargement on the inferior portion of the thoracic duct. Cisterna chyli
Small, specialized lymph vessels in the villi of the small intestines. Lacteals
Lacteals carry this combination of lymph and fat known as. Chyle
Organs that remove impurities and process lymphocytes. Lymphoid organs
Job of this organ to distroy worn out red blood cells. Spleen
This pair of Tonsil are also known as adenoids. Pharyngeal
Lymphoid organ found in the mediastinum above the heart. Thymus
Hormone produced by the Thymus Thymosin
Defenses of the body that fight all threats the same. Nonspecific immunity
Coughing, sneezing and vomiting are examples of. Reflexes
Skin, hair, mucus and tears are examples of. Physical barriers
Immunity that results from exposure to a specific antigen from a foreign cell. Specific immunity
Specialized white blood cells from the thymus. T cells
B cells that remain in the body for years after the exposure to an antigen. Memory cells
Immunity that is depend on species, race and individuality. Inborn immunity
Immunity that is developed after exposure. Acquired immunity
Type of immunity developed after a inoculation is given. Active artificially acquired immunity
Type of immunity a mother gives her child. Passive naturally acquired immunity
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