White blood cells are those phagocytes that engulfs the damaged cells or pathogens entering the body's tissues.
macrophages because they are leukocytes that digest and engulf a pathogen
White blood cells attack, engulfs and kills pathogens. Various types of white blood cells exist and each one is specialized on killing different types of pathogens. There are white cells that kill pathogens that cause acute infections while others target pathogens that cause chronic infections. The proportion of white cells found on examinationod blood sample could suggest the nature of infection we are dealing with.
White blood cells that engulf and destroy pathogens are called monocytes (which circulate in the blood and reside in the bodies tissues) and neutrophil or neutrocytes (which circulate in the bloodstream as well but are particularly responsive to bacterial and fungal infections and inflammations).
It is the smooth endoplasmic reticulum that engulfs fluid within the cell.
They are known as killer T cells, which are a type of white blood cell that engulfs and digests foreign proteins/pathogens that enter the body. They work in conjunction with another type of white blood cell called Helper T cells which do the actual targeting of the pathogen/protein.
mostly other pathogens kill pathogens
It is a heterotroph and it engulfs its food
the B cell
The immune system fights off the pathogen by Leukocytes also known as white blood cells. When a pathogen enters the body the immune system becomes alert to it and sends out sends out the Phagocytes (a type of Leukocytes) which engulfs the pathogens. If the body has a weak immune system, the pathogens eventually overtake the body which can result in a disease. Some diseases as AIDS (Acquired immune deficiency syndrome) caused by HIV (Human immunodeficiency virus) may cause weakening of immune system.
Surrounding the food with pseudopod.
surrounding the food with pseudopodia
Yes, when the sun expands and engulfs it
pinocytosis or phagocytosis