anonymous
  • anonymous
what gland is responsible for the developement of the immune system
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anonymous
  • anonymous
serous glands possibly because they practically produce serum which contain our white blood cells and red blood cells also the mucous glands which produce mucous as protection
anonymous
  • anonymous
The thymus gland needed early in life for normal immune function. It is very large just after a child is born and weighs its greatest when a child reaches puberty. Then its tissue is replaced by fat. The thymus gland secretes hormones, these hormones help to develop the lymphoid system, which is a system throughout the body that helps the body to initiate a mature immune response by lymphoid cells to protect them from invading bodies, like bacteria. Developing immune system is d work of the thymus. White blood cells are activated by the thymus and develop into "T" cells. The thymus also secretes hormones that stimulate and strengthen the immune system.
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