Germs
Protecting from Germs
Immunity
Immune
Cells
100
Tiny organisms that cause disease
What is Germs?
100
Best way to stop germs from getting into your body.
What is Washing your hands?
100
Defends people against germs and microorganisms every day.
What is the immune system?
100
A series of steps the immune system goes through.
What is Immune response?
100
Are produced or stored in many locations throughout the body.
What is Leukocytes?
200
Smaller than bacteria and can’t live on their own.
What is Viruses?
200
Another way to fight infections from germs
What is Immunizations?
200
a type of general protection that humans have.
What is Innate Immunity?
200
This type of immunity develops throughout our lives.
What is Adaptive immunity?
200
Foreign substance that invades the body.
What is Antigen?
300
Multicelled, plant-like organisms that usually aren't dangerous in a healthy person.
What is Fungi?
300
Handle __________ the correct way
What is Food?
300
Borrowed from another source and it lasts for a short time.
What is Passive Immunity?
300
Occur when a part of the immune system is not present or is not working properly.
What is Immunodeficiency?
300
B lymphocytes produce these specialized proteings that lock onto specific antigens.
What is Antibodies?
400
They help keep the digestive system in working order.
What is Bacteria?
400
Its estimated that only this amount of people wash their hands after using the restroom.
What is 1 out of 5?
400
HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) infection and AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome). Immunodeficiencies caused by medications
What is Acquired Immunodeficiencies?
400
The immune system mistakenly attacks the body's healthy organs and tissues as though they were foreign invaders.
What is Autoimmune Disorders?
400
Two kinds of lymphocytes
What is B lymphocytes and T lymphocytes?
500
Cause symptoms of colds or flu-like infections, such as sniffles, sneezing, coughing, and diarrhea.
What is Toxins?
500
Only 32% of people wash their hands after doing this.
What is Coughing or sneezing?
500
Occur when the immune system overreacts to exposure to antigens in the environment.
What is Allergic Disorders?
500
Immunodeficiencies can also be caused by this.
What is Medications?
500
Two basic types of leukocytes.
What is Phagocytes and Lymphocytes?
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