white blood cells
I think her pretty face or smile makes a woman's face an attractive, but her kindness too
Yes, he can. One infection does not protect against the other. Viruses can even interbreed in your cells.
Various germs, viruses and microbes gradually develop a defense against drugs used to combat them. The more often a certain drug is used to fight a particular germ, the more likely it is that the germ will develop a resistance to that drug.
Bacilli viruses are simply viruses that have a rod-like shape to them. Recently, one of the bacilli viruses has become very famous; Bacillus anthracis which is a bacterium that is commonly known anthrax. This deadly bacteria is dangerous because of its ability to produce endospores which is how bacteria protect themselves, giving them a longer life. Many bio-weapons use bacilli viruses and these can kill humans in various ways.
Frequently washing your hands should help keep you healthy. Hot water kills viruses. Be careful not to burn yourself. Also avoid coming into contact with others that have a virus or are sick.
The immune system's third line of defense is called specific resistance or acquired immunity. The system depends on antigens which are mostly proteins which function as a producer of the immune response.
Fruit is the main defense against viruses because it gives you nutrients
Your first layer of defense against bacteria and viruses is always intact skin.
Possible a defense against viruses. Some viruses have proteases in their reproductive cycle.
The multicellular organisms can use the lysosomes as a defense against viruses like AIDS by killing the viruses and bacteria that causes the opportunistic infections.
defense against viruses....to protect their own DNA from the viruses
viruses and tumor cells
It is a physical barrier for viruses and bacteria. Diseases enter our body through the mouth or through blood. The skin serves as a first line defense and barrier against the viruses. Imagine not having it....
protects cells that have not yet been infected by viruses
saliva, mucus, hairs and Skin
A barrier... in humans that would be your skin.
The Cockle releases a poisonous chemical as a defense mechanism against predators. It is not known to be harmful to humans.