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how they respond to and dispose of invaders.
mostly antiviral immunity is the result of cell mediated immunity and antibacterial immunity is result of humoral immunity
The difference between humoral immunity and cell-mediated immunity is that humoral immunity uses B cells and T cells whereas mediated immunity only uses the T cells. Also humoral immunity provides a defense against antigens and pathogens in body fluids whereas cell-mediated immunity protects from abnormal cells and pathogens inside living cells.
Humoral immunity is mediated by antibodies.
Actually acquired immunity consists of "humoral immunity" and "cell mediated immunity. Acquired immunity is the same with adaptive immunity, it is when the antibodies are produced within the bodies after the exposure of pathogen. Humoral immunity secreted antibodies while cell mediated immunity involves in production of T lymphocytes.
CURRYAnswer:It is humoral immunity, and cell-mediated immunity.
Passive immunity is the transfer of active humoral immunity in the form of readymade antibodies, from one individual to another
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Humoral Immunity- acquired immunity in which the role of circulating antibodies is predominant. Natural Immunity- the resistance of the normal animal to infection
There are two types of immunity Humoral & Cell-mediated ; in humoral immunity plasma cells produces specific antibodies against a particular antigen that may invade the boby.
Passive immunity occurs with the transfer of active humoral immunity of ready made antibodies, from person to person, from mother to child in utero.