1. Immunity Cloze and Nonspecific Defences

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Drag the boxes onto the matching gaps.
  • nonspecific
  • chemical
  • nonmammalian
  • animals
  • antibodies
  • disease
  • enzyme
  • antimicrobial
  • bacteria
  • mucous
  • intact
  • tissue
  • inflammatory
  • tears
  • substances
  • interferons
  • identifying
  • specific
  • lysozyme
  • skin


 

1. Immunity

This is the ability of an organism to resist 1 by 2 and destroying foreign 3 or organisms. Although all 4 have some immune capabilities, little is known about 5 immunity. Mammals are protected by a variety of preventive mechanisms, some of them 6 (e.g., barriers, such as the 7 ), others highly 8 (e.g., the response of 9 ).

 

2. Nonspecific Defences
These include physical and 10 barriers, the 11 response, and 12 . Physical barriers include the 13 skin and 14 membranes. These barriers are aided by various 15 chemicals in 16 and fluids. An example of such a substance is 17 , an 18 present in 19 that destroys the cell membranes of certain 20 .



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