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    Chloe-Madison Torres-Frank                                               "Immune System" Homework                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  The Thymus         At this very moment, an army is attacking you. You are fighting this war without lifting a finger. You are asleep. Eating. Talking. Breathing. Anything you do

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    The Immune System

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    A.The functions of the immune system include the production of white blood cells, leukocytes, which seek out pathogens in the body. Pathogens are disease causing organisms which can make people sick or die depending on the disease it causes. Also, the immune system monitors the body for germs or problem causing substances and attacks any dangerous issue that may occur with white blood cells. B. Organs and other structures in the immune system include the tonsils, the right lymphatic duct, the thoracic

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    Innate Immune System

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    respiration, wound healing, DNA synthesis, cell division, and immune function (Bonaventura et al., 2015). For as many essential functions Zn is necessary for it also has the potential to interact with at least as many biological functions to induce adverse effects (Maret and Sandstead, 2006). For these reasons Zn deficiency and toxicity is linked to a number of diseases and particularly immune diseases affecting both the innate and adaptive immune systems (Bonaventura et al., 2015, Maares and Haase, 2016).Therefore

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    Inflammation is the immune system’s response to injury or infection. Acute inflammation is characterized by five signs, namely the redness, swelling, excessive heat, sometimes the loss of function, and mild to extreme pain. This process is the body’s attempt to protect us, to repair what was damaged and to begin its natural healing process. The symptoms will subside when that part of the body is healed. However, when inflammation persists, resulting in a progressive destruction of tissues deep inside

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    The immune system can broadly be divided into two categories: the innate immune system and the acquired or adaptive immune system. The innate system acts like the first line of defense, it works by recognizing a broad range of pathogens on the basis of their patterns and certain molecules that are different from those found in the organism e.g. the human innate immune system will recognize peptidoglycans that are found in bacteria but not humans. The innate system consists of physical barriers like

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    Biological Systems: The Immune System Patricia Villers PSYCH 626 Elements of Health Psychology and behavioral health December 8, 2014 Dr. Phillips The immune system and its normal functioning in a healthy person The human body contains different biological systems that work in an interconnected system for the healthy functioning. They include; immune system, circulatory system, nervous system, skeletal system, digestive system and respiratory system. The immune system is comprises of

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    The immune system performs specific defense against agents, the antigens that are foreign or harmful to the body. Exogenous antigens are often in contact with the skin or entering the airway, the digestive tube and the genital orifices and mucosae. They can also penetrate the circulation directly through wounds. The body has many defense mechanisms against foreign pathogenic agents. These mechanisms are divided into two groups: the specific mechanisms and the unspecific mechanisms. The specific mechanisms

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    LYMPHATIC & IMMUNE SYSTEM: The body encounters billions of germs every day and the immune system with all its intricacies fights off these pathogens. The defense mechanism of the human body is complex and fascinating, working all around the clock with its work largely unnoticeable. The immune system, just like any other organ system works in tandem with the other organ systems to maintain homeostasis. The circulating fluids transport the immune cells from one part of the body to another. The endocrine

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    Review The Immune System

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    Review the immune system. a. A T cell are also referred to as T lymphocytes which are key cells of specific immunity as referenced by Krasner and Shors. b.

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    What is HIV HIV , stands for human immunodeficiency virus, it is a virus that attacks the immune system, the immune system protects the body against infection and illness .If the body does not have a strong immune system, It may not be able fight off disease. The virus and the infection it causes are termed HIV. White blood cells are the part of the immune system that is important as far as fighting off infection. When a person catches HIV it infects and destroys certain white blood cells called

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