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The process by whch wbc engulf microrganisms

Question asked by: bijendra

Asked on: 15 Mar 2010

White blood cells swell in size massively and therefore they can engulf lots of bacteria or other foreign bodies that they perceive to be a threat to the system and therefore needing to be engulfed.

There are different times of white blood cells and it is only certain types that behave in this manner to fight the infection.

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Replied at: 16 Mar 2010
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