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Using figure1, label the lines and arrows, and explain what is
happening at numbers 1, 2, and 3

Microbe
B cell specific
to microbe
actors
cell growe
Ig receptor
terleukine
MHC-Il receptor
Iinset
МНС I
CD4
Helper T cell
Тн сe
B cell
Processed
antigen
Activated B cell
TCR
6.
Memory B cells
Plasma cells
Memory cells with
same specificity remaln
In lymphatic circulation
IgM antibodles
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Microbe B cell specific to microbe actors cell growe Ig receptor terleukine MHC-Il receptor Iinset МНС I CD4 Helper T cell Тн сe B cell Processed antigen Activated B cell TCR 6. Memory B cells Plasma cells Memory cells with same specificity remaln In lymphatic circulation IgM antibodles

2) (3