A phagocyte engulfing bacteria (small oblong shapes)

White blood cells are cells adapted to combat against infectious disease and any other foreign material that may enter the body. They are adapted to change shape, allowing them to wrap around microbes in the body and engulf them. Once microbes are engulfed they can be digested by the white blood cell and this helps the immune system defend the body from Coronavirus

Lymphocytes[edit | edit source]


Lymphocytes produce antibodies that bind to specific antigens on foreign cells and uncommon substances. Antibodies cause agglutination (clumping together) of such cells/su

Lymphocytes have large nuclei and a much smaller of cytoplasm compared to other cells

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