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3 functions of the Lymphatic system
Fluid Balance
Fat absorbtion
Defense
What is a mature B cell called?
Plasma cell
What are the two types of T cells
Cytotoxic Cells
Helper T Cells
What do cytotoxic cells do?
Bring out destruction of antigens
What do helper T cells do?
Storage of vasculoes
Complement system
Composed of # of blood plasma proteins
interferon
Binds to noninfected cells
Prepare for possible attack
Histamines
Released by damage tissue cells and mast cells
Enlarged capillaries
What are antibodies?
they secrete into blood lymph and body fluids
They are proteins shaped like andtigens
Allergies
Hypersesnitivites
Respond to allergens
Auntoimmune disease
body attacks itself
Active immunit
Shot given so don't get sick later
External Respiration is...
The exchange of gases in the lungs
During external respiration gases are...
..exchanged between the air and the the blood in the capillaries
Respiratory membrane is located
in the Medulla oblongota of the braibn
3 functions of the Lymphatic system
Fluid Balance
Fat absorbtion
Defense
What is a mature B cell called?
Plasma cell
What are the two types of T cells
Cytotoxic Cells
Helper T Cells
What do cytotoxic cells do?
Bring out destruction of antigens
What do helper T cells do?
Storage of vasculoes
Complement system
Composed of # of blood plasma proteins
interferon
Binds to noninfected cells
Prepare for possible attack
Histamines
Released by damage tissue cells and mast cells
Enlarged capillaries
What are antibodies?
they secrete into blood lymph and body fluids
They are proteins shaped like andtigens
Allergies
Hypersesnitivites
Respond to allergens
Auntoimmune disease
body attacks itself
Active immunit
Shot given so don't get sick later
External Respiration is...
The exchange of gases in the lungs
During external respiration gases are...
..exchanged between the air and the the blood in the capillaries
Respiratory membrane is located
in the Medulla oblongota of the braibn