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Proyecto De Español
Updated: 5/20/2020
Proyecto De Español
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Proyecto De Español... Parte 2 está viendo.

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  • Excuse me! Mr. Phil!
  • Anyway, hello! I'm your substitute teacher, Mr. Phil. It's time to learn about the immune system!
  • I'm getting a little sick of all this virus talk.
  • We kind of already learned about it, but we still have no idea what it is and how it works.
  • Yes?
  • Well, it's actually pretty simple. The immune system is like a giant army.
  • The immune system is the body system that fights off infections and pathogens.
  • Much like how a military defends its country, the immune system defends your body.
  • White blood cells are is a type of cell that fights foreign substances and diseases. There are many, many types of white blood cells!
  • T-cell lymphocytes act as the commander-in-chief. Although, the current one isn't the best example. They work with other cells to defend your body.
  • I am the greatest president of all time. No one can beat me. Blah blah blah.
  • Lymphocytes are a type of white blood cell that releases antibodies and destroys bad cells.
  • Next are neutrophils. Neutrophils are like the foot soldiers of your immune system.
  • They travel to sources of inflammation or infection. They ingest the pathogen, then release enzymes to kill them.
  • Mast cells are very similar to the medics of the military. Mast cells are tissue cells that help with wound healing defense against pathogens.
  • A fun fact to know is that they produce mucus muscle contractions as a response to mainly parasitic pathogens.
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