Difference between B cells and T cells which are both lymphocytes?
There are different types of B cell and T cell. both are lymphocytes, a subclass of white blood cell. the T cells are mainly used in identifying antigens and releasing chemicals which attact macrophages (big immune cells which 'eat' antigens), to destroy the antigen. B cells are used in the production of antibodies. when they encounter a new antigen, plasma cells and memory cells are formed from the devision of a B cell. the memory cell remembers the antigen and which antibody to use, while the plasma cell makes the antibodies to fight a particular antigen or class of antigens
monocytes and lymphocytes both have no granule. monocytes involve in engulf the pathogen and digest the pathogen through phagocytosis. lymphocytes divide into lymphocytes T which involve in cell-mediated response and lymphocytes B which responsible to produced antibodies. By Kayihura Gael.
Both are T and B lymphocytes are produced in bone marrow, but B lymphocytes mature in bone marrow and are part of the humoral response, while T lymphocytes mature in the thymus gland and are part of the cell mediated response.
The two main types of lymphocytes are the B lymphocytes and T lymphocytes. They are both types of white blood cells that are a part of one's immune system. B cells derive from bone marrow, while T cells mature from the thyroid. B cells produce antibody effector B cells and T cells activate cytotoxic and helper T cells to attack a pathogen in the body.
both have different types of cells, there are animal cells and there are plant cells, but both are living, breathing organisms
Components of cells in both plants and animals are kinetic.
You have low white blood cells or low lymph cells, both of which are a crucial part of your immune system
The medullary cords of a lymph node contain: reticular cells, lymphocytes, macrophages and plasma cells. It is important to understand that lymphocytes include both B cells and T cells. Note also that plasma cells derive from B cells. If asked a correct answer could be B cells and also plasma cells depending on the level of the material.
A special type of germ or disease fighting cell. White blood cells are the largest group of these type of cells. They are further divided into granulocytes and lymphocytes. Lymphocytes travel in the lymphatic vessels of the body. Lymphocytes are further divided into T and B type. Both types produce proteins that help the body fight germs.
Why do conditions that cause destruction of B lymphocytes and or T lymphocytes cause malfunctioning of both specific and nonspecific immune responses?
The destruction of B lymphocytes and or T lymphocytes is a cell injury. Both of these lymphocytes are needed to activate the specific and nonspecific immune responses.
No - although they differ slightly, both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells have a cell membrane. The main difference is that eukaryotic cells have a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles. Prokaryotic cells have neither of these.
White blood cells, are cells of the immune system defending the body against both infectious disease and foreign materials.
Both have chloroplasts where photosynthesis occurs. One difference is that algae lacks the stem, root, and leaf structure of plants.
The similarities between both is that they are both cells. The difference is that the paramecium is a single celled creature. The Elodea plant cell is multi celled.
T cells and B cells are both lymphocytes produced in the thymus gland and act in the immune system. The T cells are mainly used in identifying antigens, while the B cells are used in the production of antibodies.
Both are cells and both have vocules.
Both are same no difference Both are same no difference
Both play a role in respect of energy. Thais the similarity. The major difference is cellular respiration gives out the energy and photosynthesis traps the energy given out by the sun.
Both type of lymphocytes are made in the bone marrow and only the B - Lymphocytes mature in the bone marrow, whereas the T Lymphocytes travel to the thymus gland where they mature.
one of the basic anatomical difference between these two structures is in there numbers of layers of grey matter. cerebrum has 6 layers of distinct cells in its cortex where as berebellum has only 3 layes of neronal cells in its cortex. other difference that i could come up with was this that they both have difference in their vasculature. cerebellum has a very high vasculature as compared to cerebrum.
we can say these both are same but i read in the oxfard dictionary that genome refers to genetic constitution of haploid cells
Both are B-cells but plasma cells are the B-cells which acted on the pathogen the first time they invade the body while the memory cells are the B-lymphocytes that act on the antigen(pathogen) the second time it invades and when ever it invades the body again. Memory cells are much faster than plasma cells though plasma cells act very quickly on the pathogen once detected. but until it gets detected it needs time. Memory cells… Read More
Between which cell types is the difference greater-plant and animal cells or prokaryotic and eukaryote cells?
Although both have their differences, prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells have the greater difference. The only major differences between plant and animal cells is that plants have a vacuole, chloroplasts, and a cell wall, while animal cells do not. Plant cells produce their own food, while animal cells mist consume food to obtain energy. The difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells is much larger. Prokaryotic cells lack a nucleus and all other organelles. They have only… Read More
Both Hodgkin's disease and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma are lymphomas, a type of cancer that originates in a subset of white blood cells called lymphocytes - an important component of your immune system. The main difference is in the specific lymphocyte each involves. A doctor can tell the difference between Hodgkin's and non-Hodgkin's by examining the cancer cells under a microscope. If in examining the cells, the doctor detects the presence of a specific type of abnormal… Read More
what exactly is the question? The difference between the two is simply that euk. contain a nucleus (Well... flagella is different in both types... eukarya has a helicoidal movement that it's not in prokaryotic cells...)
Prokaryote cells have no nucleus, but they have a nucleoid instead. Whereas Eukaryote cells have a nucleus, mitochondria, and has less things inside the cell wall which suggests it has adapted to not need them. But both have ribosome's in them.
They both originate in the red bone marrow. B lymphocytes mature there. T lymphocytes mature in the thymus gland.
Cell membranes are found in both animal and plant cells the difference between them is that plant cells also have a cell wall that keeps them ridgid and stiff.
red blood cells carries oxygen, xylem vessels carries water. both help carry out the process of respiration.
No animal cells do not contain nuclear membranes but plants cells do! Both animal and plant cells have nuclear membranes the main difference between the two is that plant cells have a cell wall and cellular membrane and animal cells only have a cellular membrane
Mitochondria can be found in both animal and plant cells and there is no difference between those from plants and those from animals.
The major difference between them is that an animal cell does NOT have a cell wall and chloroplast like those in plants.
Yes they do. MHC 1 are expressed by all nucleated calls (except neurones) and platelets. MHC 11 are expressed by B-cells, macrophages and dendtitic cells. Therefore, some cells express both types.
There is no difference between the two. They both are illegal. They both mean that you were pulled over and were either impaired by alcohol, drugs, or both.
there are different types of b cell and t cell. both are lymphocytes, a subclass of white blood cell. the t cells are mainly used in identifying antigens and releasing chemicals which attact macrophages (big immune cells which 'eat' antigens), to destroy the antigen. b cells are used in the production of antibodies. when they encounter a new antigen, plasma cells and memory cells are formed from the division of a b cell. the memory… Read More
there is no difference between both the armies because both of them are bad.
they both have nucleus
one similarity is the chromosomes in both cells line up at the equator before they split, one difference is in meiosis2 the cells split from two cells into four, while in meiosis1 the singular stretches apart and splits to form two new daughter cells.
Yes, both animal and plant cells have both types of endoplasmic reticulum (ER.) The only difference between rough ER and smooth ER is that rough ER is covered in ribosomes, smooth ER isn't. Hth
there is no difference both are same
there is no difference there both not in my vocabulary
There is no difference, both are the same.
there is no difference. they are both chips. :)
Both do have cells, the only difference is that multi consists of 2 or more cells
They are both plant cells and have cell walls.
The difference between a pictogram and an ideogram is that there is a gram in both of them see:
There is no difference between both cat and human.
There is no difference between poo and crap they are both waste material.
Both kinds of cells have cytoplasm. The difference between eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells is whether it has a nucleus or not. A eukaryotic cell has one, and a prokaryotic cell doesn't. Both have cytoplasm, which is the gel like substance in which the organelles are held.
they both have cell walls.
Both plant and yeast cells have a nucleus, cytoplasm, ribosomes, mitochondria, and microflilaments. Plant cells have cell walls, chloroplasts, and rectangular shape. Animal cells have a round or irregular shape, membranes (not walls), and plastids.