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The Immune System: Anatomy Review 1. Name the two major anatomical parts of the immune system: • ________________________________________ • ________________________________________ 2. Cells of the immune system originate in ___________. These cells are called ______________ when traveling in the blood and are classified according to the shape of their nucleus and colors of their granules when stained. 3–4. List the leukocytes in order of frequency from most to least common. In the second column put their distinct characteristics. Name of Leukocyte Description 5. Specialized immune cells: Leukocytes are normally found in the blood, while non-leukocytes are found in tissue. Fill in the cells classified under the following headings and note if they are found in blood or tissue. • Phagocytes: __________________________ • Antigen-presenting cells: __________________________ • Effector cells of adaptive immunity: __________________________ • Other: __________________________ 6. Primary lymphoid organs, where B and T cells originate and mature, are the bone marrow and thymus.
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2009 for the course BIO 203 taught by Professor Johncabot during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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