Matching: match selections to the letters. Each selection is used only once. 1. Neutrophils 2....

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Matching: match selections to the letters. Each selection is used only once.

1. Neutrophils

2. Eosinophils

3. Lymphocytes

4. Basophils

5. Monocytes

a. provides an immune response.

b. Fights acute bacterial infections.

c. Secretes histamine.

d. Fights chronic bacterial infections.

e. Secretes histaminease.

Immune System:

The immune system can de divided into two components, innate and adaptive. The innate immune system is the first line of defense and is always present in the body. Components of the innate immune system try to prevent infection from setting in and launch a generalized attack against encountered antigens. The adaptive immune system usually requires some time to prepare an immune response, but launches a highly specialized attack against a specific antigen.

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