Concept Map of Immune System

Immune system
Acquired
Innate
T-cell immunity
B-cell immunity
(humoral immunity)
(cell-mediated immunity)
Whole T-cells
released into:
Antigen exposure
Lymphoblasts
Suppressor
T-cells
Helper
T-cells
Cytotoxic
T-cells
Death of the body,s cells
that are infected with a
virus or otherwise
damaged
Plasma cells
Clonal B-cells
Antibodies
Complement
casvcade
Classical
pathway
Memory B-cells
Bloodbourne
Physical barriers
Complement
cascade
Phagocytes
Alternative
pathway
1. Neutrophils
2. Macrophages
3. Basophils
4. Eosinophils
5. Natural killer cells
Death of dangerous
organisms
Direct killing
of bacteria
1. Skin
2. Mucous membranes
3. Saliva
4. Flushing action of
urine and tears
5. Stomach acid
Stops infection
before it enters
the body
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