Immune System/Disease :question: By:NINE M.2/203 NO.4 (Diseases…
By:NINE M.2/203 NO.4
Diseases caused by pathogens that can be transmitted from one person to another.
Diseases that cannot pass from person to person.
Things such as viruses, bacteria, fungi, etc. that invade another organism’s body and cause disease.
A disease-carrying organism that does not develop the disease.
A disease in which cells reproduce uncontrollably, is caused by a combination of genetic and environment
The defense system of the body that protects against pathogens.
An immune defense that protects against only one specific type of substance
An immune defense that protects against more than one type of pathogen
The brain responds to some pathogens by increasing body temperature resulting
A process that causes an injured area to become red and swollen.
Innate Immune System
First- and second-line
The adaptive immune system involves recognizing foreign (nonself) substances on the surface of a pathogen.
Travel through the circulatory system and bind to antigens to inactivate the pathogen and help destroy it.
Form and mature in bone marrow.
Form in bone marrow, but mature in the thymus gland.
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