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Immune Attack Vocab

Vocabulary terms from Immune Attack

Monocytes Large white blood cells who live in blood vessels. They migrate into the connective tissue where they become macrophages and move to kill invading enemies.
Immune Response The bodies defense against infectious organisms and other invaders. Attacks organisms and substances that invade our system and cause disease.
Red Blood Cell Carries oxygen from lungs to body, moves oxygen from the lungs to the tissues and carbon dioxide from the tissues back to the lungs.
Neutrophil Function is to eliminate invading bacteria. They are fast moving immune cells and are the front line soldiers of the immune system.
Neutrophil When alerted they rush to the site of the battle in huge numbers , where they each kill several bacteria before dying themselves, from exertion.
T/B Cells The commando units of the immune system, they can defeat invaders that leave macrophages and neutrophils confused and helpless. But each is programmed to go after only a very specific type of invasion.
Created by: AngelaUcf