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protect body by removing foreign material lymph node
Cleanses the blood of aged cells & platelets & debris Spleen
site of lymphocyte T cell Red Bone Marrow - site of B cell proliferation Thymus
produce antibodies B cells aka B-Lymphocytes
fight infection & help B cells proliferate T cells
float around, engulf antigen Phagocytes
release Histamine Basophils
parasitic infection, immune response Eosinophils
most numerous WBCs, bacteria Neutrophils
gravitation toward antigen for binding Chemotaxis
example of innate immunity Phagocytosis
activation of T cells cell mediated response
when B-lymphocytes encounter antigens Antibody Mediated Immunity (Humoral Immunity)
induction of immunity after natural exposure to an antigen Active Immunity
microbe or antigen injected into a person (vaccination) Artificial Active Immunity
Created by: msxmas