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Lmyphatic System 2

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adaptive defense large globular proteins
Immunoglublin A are general and provide protect against broad pathogens
inflammation cell mediated immunity
vaccine damaged tissue may form a thick fluid
allergens elevated body temperature
thymus complex network of chambers and channels through which lymph circulates
splenitis absence of spleen
lymph sinuses a tissue response to injury or infection
interferons proteins, polysaccharides, glycoproteins
innate defense indented region of the node
lymph nodules structural units of lymph nodes
lymphoma tumor composed of lymphatic tissue
antigens skin
Immunoglublin M is a type of antibody that develops in the blood plasma in response to contact with certain antigens in foods or bacteria
pathogen defense mechanisms targeting specific pathogens
mechanical barriers a disease causing agent
asplenia a soft bilobed structure enclosed in a connective tissue capsule and located anterior to the aorta and the upper part of the sternum
complement larger lymphatic vessels lead to specialized organs
fever antigens that trigger allergic responses
tissue rejection reaction when the receipents immune system doesn't recongnize the donor cells and attacks it.
lymph nodes a group of proteins in plasma
humoral immune response horomone like peptides
anitbodies the largest lymphatic organ
hilium antibody mediated immune response
spleen commonly found in exocrine gland secretions
pus produces an active immunity
cellular immune response inflammation of the spleen

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