the third line of defence work as a Primary Responce and a Secondary Responce the Primary Responce occurs when first a pathagen enter the body and secondly lymphocytes (b-cell) produce antibodies and finally antibodies have a speific shape which bind to antigens on surface of pathagen and then the dead pathagen is digested is eaten by phagocytes The Second Responce is the vaccination that contain live pathagen treated to make them harmless and it contain harmless fragment of the pathagen and dead phagen or toxins produced by pathagen and while vaccine is given we will gel active immunity because that vaccine will produce antibodies for ever
The third line of defence against pathogens is called the Specific Immune Responce
yeah....memory cells are a part of our body's third line of defence............natural killer cells that is wbc only are not a part of our body's third line of defence.
The body's first line of defense against infection is the skin.
Your first line of defense against disease is always intact skin.
your but smells take a shower caca man or girl
immunity and producing antigens that protect the body...
The first line of defense against infection or contamination of I.V. products is by hand washing.
the but cheeks are the third defence against invading pathogens. If the skin or white blood cells have not later killed these systems. While you sleep your but cheeks got into your body searching for the pathogen once it is found the but cheeks squeeze so that is a sorbed and it is out of your system. if it is a serious disease the but cheeks start shutting inside your body so you eventually poo out of your mouth.
Lymphatic. Then immune system
The Goal Defence starts in the oppsite teams goal third, behind the line separating the goal third from the center third. They can go in the opposite teams goal circle, goal third and the center third, but have to stop before they get into their own teams goal third.
1) surface barriers include the skin and mucous membranes. Gastric Juice,: Concentrated hydrochloric acid (HCl) and proteases that destroy pathogens in the stomach 2) second line of defence: the non-specific defence mechanisms such as inflammation, fever, phagocytic leucocytes, anti-microbial proteins 3) third line of defence: specific defence: Antigen (Macrophages encounter a pathogen, they digest it and present the antigenic fragments on their surface to helper T lymphocytes) and Antibody (B lymphocytes )
what first line of defence wiil stop bacteria
No, they are the third line of defense.
Well, you first get infected from a scratch or bite, then the infection spreads into the bloodstream, getting by the first line of defence. The second line of defence, would be the white blood cells. They try overcome or "swallow" the infection. the third line of defense, is the anitgens. If all else fails, your f*cked.
The first line of defense includes the skin, breathing passage, mouth and stomach.
Goal defence stands on the right and behind the center third line nearest the opposing teams goal.
The body has three main lines of defense against pathogens. They are as follows:First line of defense: Skin, Mucous membranes, and Secretions of skin and mucous membranesSecond line of defense: Phagocytic white blood cells, Antimicrobial proteins, and the Inflammatory responseThird line of defense: Lymphocytes, and Antibodies
Center (C) is in the circle in the center third Wing Attack (WA) is in the attacking third just behind the line on the left Wing Defence (WD) is in the defending third just behind the line on the left Goal Attack (GA) is in the attacking third just behind the line on the right Goal Defence (GD) is in the defending third just behind the line on the right Goal Shoot (GS) is in the attacking thirds shooting circle Goal Keep (GK) is in the defending thirds shooting circle Hope this helps- also look on google images for diagrams
It was called the Maginot Line.
The first line of defense is non-responsive to the pathogen. it includes your skin, mucus, ear wax, and stomach acid among other things. The second line of defense is the inflammatory response in which white blood cells attack the pathogen, fever can occur. The third line of defense is specific immune response to the disease in the form of T-cells and B-Cells http://www.amphi.com/~wilson/grube/ch6/62sumpath.pdf
Intact skin and mucous membrane.