Question: Lymphatic System: Lymphatic Organs 1. Primary Lymphoid Organs, Where B And T Cells Originate And Mature, Are The Bone Marrow And Thymus. Fill In The Following: Both B And T Cells Originate From The B Cells Mature In The The T Cells Mature In The (Hint: This Is How They Came To Be Called B And T Cells.) 2. Secondary Lymphoid Organs, Where Lymphocytes …

Question: Lymphatic System: Lymphatic Organs 1. Primary Lymphoid Organs, Where B And T Cells Originate And Mature, Are The Bone Marrow And Thymus. Fill In The Following: Both B And T Cells Originate From The B Cells Mature In The The T Cells Mature In The (Hint: This Is How They Came To Be Called B And T Cells.) 2. Secondary Lymphoid Organs, Where Lymphocytes …

Lymphatic System: Lymphatic Organs 1. Primary lymphoid organs, where B and T cells originate and mature, are the bone marrow
8. Functions of the spleen include: Removes Stores Site for activation of the 9. Collections of secondary lymphoid tissue (ca

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Lymphatic System: Lymphatic Organs 1. Primary lymphoid organs, where B and T cells originate and mature, are the bone marrow and thymus. Fill in the following: Both B and T cells originate from The B cells mature in the The T cells mature in the (Hint: This is how they came to be called B and T cells.) 2. Secondary lymphoid organs, where lymphocytes become activated, include the following structures: b. c. d. _, where antigens and pathogens are removed and the 3. The lymph is filtered through the immune system can be activated. Name two functions of the lymph nodes: 4. 1. 2. 5. While 6. lymphatic vessels carry lymph from the tissues to the lymph nodes. vessels carry cleansed lymph away from the lymph nodes. cells are found in the germinal centers of the lymphoid follicles, and cells wander through the searching dendritic cells for their special antigen. 7. The cleanses the blood like the lymph nodes cleanse the lymph. deep 8. Functions of the spleen include: Removes Stores Site for activation of the 9. Collections of secondary lymphoid tissue (called for short) are distributed throughout the mucosal surfaces of the digestive, respiratory, and genitourinary system. Aside from the diffuse cells in respiratory and other mucosa, this includes the following specific structures: (protection of oral and nasal cavities) (first part of the large intestine) (distal portion of the small intestine) . a primary lymphoid organ, is the site for differentiation of lymphocytes into mature T cells. What happens to this organ as we age? a. b. c. 10. The