cilia prevents the entrance into the body by pathogen by constantly beat toward the outside of the body. If it is in your throat it will beat it toward your stomach so stomach acid can destroy the pathogen.
Cilia protect your body from pathogens up to a certain extent. The cilia in your lungs prevent dust particles and other such particles you breathe from entering your lungs by trapping them and sweeping them away. The cilia located on the cell membrane prevents certain substances from entering the selectively permeable cell membrane through that same manner. However, if you get a cut or something, cilia are not really going to protect pathogens from entering your body from that cut.
The integumentary system (skin) blocks the entrance of pathogens and prevents the loss of water.
The integumentary system is used as a waterproof barrier that blocks the entrance of pathogens into and prevents water loss from the body.
mucous membranes, cilia
White blood cells ingest the pathogens to prevent them from harming the human body
The pores on your skin help to prevent harmful pathogens from entering. Pathogens cause disease, infection and Cancer. By keeping these pathogens out, this is how pores protect you.
The first line of immune defense is the skin and mucus membranes. Skin acts as a physical barrior, blocking pathogens from entering. Mucus wihin the nasal cavity blocks some of the pathogens from entering the body. Cilia also aid in protectiong by acting as a barrior as well. There is also mucus lining the bronchial tubes, which like other mucus, blocks pathogens.
The major functions of the excretory system is to remove wastes from the body and prevent pathogens from entering and exiting the body.
The main job of the epidermis is to prevent microbial pathogens from entering the body. The epidermis is a barrier for the body.
No, that is the job of the various white blood cells.
Primary responseSkin, mucous and saliva entraps the pathogens and digests it.Secondary responsethe blood cells named "lymphocytes" will encounter the pathogens by releasing antibodies against to it.