anonymous
  • anonymous
What are the nonspecific and specific defenses that your body uses to protect itself against invading pathogens?
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anonymous
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The nonspecific http://www.biologyreference.com/Mo-Nu/Nonspecific-Defense.html its one of the natural killer cells in the body for lymphocytes that recognize the abnormal cells and specific defense. Your skin when you get a cut and you bleed. There will be a blood clot that will dry up that prevents pathogens to get into your wound.

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