How is bacteria entered into blood?
through injuries and your mouth.
I just got a big cut on my knee and a couple days later yellow stuff started covering it what is it exactly?
When the body is cut, platelets and white blood cells move to the area of the cut. The white blood cells fight infection by producing antibodies that can join with any bacteria that has entered the site. The antibodies will bind to the bacteria and cause them to clump, and other white blood cells will break down this mass. Platelets in the blood help to clot the wound so that it can heal
The Immune System, it includes defenses such as: the skin - it is a barrier preventing harmful substances entering the body. platelets - found in the blood, they help clots form over cuts to prevent harmful bacteria entering. cilia - these are like hairs which sweep harmful bacteria away and out of the body. They are found in the lungs where they prevent infections. white blood cells - these destroy harmful bacteria and viruses which…
Whenever some bacteria enters body and start multiplying, they release certain chemical substances of there metabolism, witch are released in the the surrounding body fluid. this fact is immediately noted by white blood cells and they migrate to the site and engulf the bacteria by the process called phagocytosis. They digest the bacteria and there by eliminate them. In this process, if bacteria are not killed by white blood cells further team of bacteria goes…
Name a type of cell found in human blood that uses phagocytosis for capturing and destroying bacteria?
The WBC's (White Blood Cells) enter the area with the bacteria. When the reach, they give off antibodies, which then go and attach to the bacteria. This stops the bacteria. Then the macrophages, or the largest WBC's devour the bacteria along with the antibodies. A chemical in the macrophage causes the bacteria to dissolve.