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Hemophilia

thymus

bone marrow

communicable disease

red blood cells

white blood cells

platelets

spleen

disease

inherited disease

acquired disease

immune system

pathogen

llymph nodes

down syndrome

leukocytes

b-cells

natural killer cells

dendritic cells

phagocytosis

pus

acquired immunity

passibe immunity

immunodeficiency disorder

SCID

autoimmune disorder

lupus

lymphoma and leukemia

acute stress

chronic stress

1: Principle upon which childhood vaccination is based.

2: Researchers think that these cells are responsible for transmitting HIV to T-cells in order to activate an immune system

3: Filters antigens out of the blood; acts as the immune system's cleaning agent.

4: Small, bean-shaped clusters that also helps filter the body's infection fighting system

5: The result of a sudden or uncontrollable thing such as a natural disaster, or surgical procedure.

6: Main function is the production of antibodies in response to antigens such as bacteria, viruses, and tumor cells.

7: Carries oxygen throughout the body.

8: White blood cells.

9: Produces T-cells which are responsible for immunity and disease resistance.

10: Means that all or part of the immune system is unable to properly respond to the presence of an antigen.

11: A white or yellowish fluid that forms from a collection of dead tissue, dead bacteria, and live and dead phagocytes.

12: A condition caused by an abnormal chromosome.

13: A disease that is passed through the genes froom parent to child.

14: Caused by an inherited abnormal gene.

15: An acquired disease that is contagious.

16: The interuption or disorder to normal body functions.

17: When the immune system cannot distinguish between normal body tissue and antigens and launches an attack against the normal tissue.

18: Types of Autoimmune Disorders.

19: Involves antibodies that are produced in someone's body otherthan your own. Protection is temporary.

20: A process by which leukocytes known as phagocytes consume microorganisms and dead or dying cells.

21: Caused by infection, human behaviors, or environmental conditions that affect health.

22: Performs much like T-cells, only they directly kill tumor cells.

23: Infection fighting cells.

24: The body's defense system against disease.

25: A birth defect that results in a lack of both T- and B- lymphocytes and you are unable to fight infection. Also known as the "Bubble Boy Disease."

26: Produes red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets.

27: A disease causing organism.

28: It's daily and on-going - such as lack of sleep, long-term physical pain, and day-to-day hassles such as traffic.

29: General types of cancer hat can happen to the immune system.

30: Cells which help the blood to clot.

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  • Dave
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    1 decade ago
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    No thank you. This is stuff you should look up on your own or you will never learn anything.

    God bless.

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