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I need to know the answer to how these are sorted.

Somehow, my original answer was incorrect (mastering says 2 of them were out of place) - but in the reading from the book and lecture notes, I truly have no clue where I'm going wrong here.  

Please help! 

The one image is just the original problem, and the second was my attempt (where 2 were incorrect).

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Immunocom
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Immunocompetency develops in
thymus
Cytotoxic T lymphocytes
Activated by exposure to APCS
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Immunocompetent cells found in
lymphoid tissues
Responds to specific antigens
B lymphocytes
Produces antibodies
Originates from hemocytoblasts in red
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Both cellular and humoral immunity
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Humoral immunity
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Transcribed Image Text:MasteringAand P: Adaptive (Speci X MyLab and Mastering b My Questions | bartleby X X session.masteringaandp.com/myct/itemView?assignmentProblemID=134652152 Out-of-Class Testin... (19) Dashboard | Kh... a Amazon Sign In 0My Movies | Movies... Apps DMCLogin Paramount Movies ... Dashboard Cloud Reader Free Vampire Books... Articles/Info Awesome! KAdaptive (Specific) Immunity Item 1 1 of 1 Part A-Arms of the Adaptive Defense System Adaptive immunity comprises two branches: humoral immunity and cellular immunity. What are the characteristics of each of the two arms of the adaptive defense system? Sort the listed characteristics of adaptive immunity into the correct bin. Reset Help Immunocom ncy develops in bon Immunocompetency develops in thymus Cytotoxic T lymphocytes Activated by exposure to APCS marrow Immunocompetent cells found in lymphoid tissues Responds to specific antigens B lymphocytes Produces antibodies Originates from hemocytoblasts in red marrow Both cellular and humoral immunity Cellular immunity Humoral immunity Previous Answers Request Answer Submit 12:34 AM Type here to search 11/2/2019 .. о
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KAdaptive (Specific) Immunity
Item 1
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Part A-Arms of the Adaptive Defense System
Adaptive immunity comprises two branches: humoral immunity and cellular immunity. What are the characteristics of each of the two arms of the adaptive defense system?
Sort the listed characteristics of adaptive immunity into the correct bin
Reset
Help
Cellular immunity
Both cellular and humoral immunity
Humoral immunity
Activated by exposure to APCS
Produces antibodies
B lymphocytes
Cytotoxic T lymphocytes
Originates from hemocytoblasts in red
Immunocompetency develops in bone
marrow
marrow
Immunocompetency develops in
thymus
Immunocompetent cells found in
lymphoid tissues
Responds to specific antigens
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