Click and drag each characteristic into the appropriate category based on the lymphocyte it describes.Inhibit multiplication andcytokine secretion by otherT cellsOnly T cells that play a rolein nonspecific defenseCarry out the attacks onforeign cellsEffectors of cellularimmunityThought to be important inpreventing autoimmunediseasesPromote the action ofDescended from cytotoxicLimit the immune responsecytotoxic T cellsT cellsRegulatory T CellsHelper T CellsMemory T CellsCytotoxic T Cellsext>( Prev49 of 83

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Click and drag each characteristic into the appropriate category based on the lymphocyte it describes.
Inhibit multiplication and
cytokine secretion by other
T cells
Only T cells that play a role
in nonspecific defense
Carry out the attacks on
foreign cells
Effectors of cellular
immunity
Thought to be important in
preventing autoimmune
diseases
Promote the action of
Descended from cytotoxic
Limit the immune response
cytotoxic T cells
T cells
Regulatory T Cells
Helper T Cells
Memory T Cells
Cytotoxic T Cells
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Click and drag each characteristic into the appropriate category based on the lymphocyte it describes. Inhibit multiplication and cytokine secretion by other T cells Only T cells that play a role in nonspecific defense Carry out the attacks on foreign cells Effectors of cellular immunity Thought to be important in preventing autoimmune diseases Promote the action of Descended from cytotoxic Limit the immune response cytotoxic T cells T cells Regulatory T Cells Helper T Cells Memory T Cells Cytotoxic T Cells ext> ( Prev 49 of 83

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