Immune System NONSPECIFIC RESISTANCE/Innate defenses:Name some infectious agents and the diseases caused by them;The ability of the body to protect itself from damage or disease is called.The resistance that provides defense mechanism against a range of pathogens in a general way is called  The resistance that provides defense mechanism against a specific pathogen by specialized lymphocytes is called  The system of the body responsible for specific resistance is the system.Body’s first line of defense functions to_______________  .First line of defense is provided by the and the_________________.Body’s second line of defense works after the _ _ have gained entry into the body. _____________________ are chemicals released by virus infected cells.Interferons stimulate the neighboring cells to release that inhibit viral production.Complement is a group of_________________________   .The infected and abnormal cells of the body are destroyed by______________________.Define Phagocytosis:Briefly describe the five steps involved in phagocytosis:1.    2.    3.    4.    5.        The most common type of WBCs involved in phagocytosis are ___.
    Neutrophils leave the blood and migrate to the infected area attracted by the chemicals released from the ___________.    Macrophages are that leave blood, enter tissues of the body and then in size.    Some macrophages move around in the body are therefore called, whereas others remain fixed and are called.What is the inflammatory response?Symptoms of local inflammation include: ,, , & .    An injury to the WBCs, basophils and mast cells causes the release of which triggers vasodilation.SPECIFIC RESISTANCE:What is immunity? Innate immunity is also called Adaptive immunity is also called Specificity and memory are characteristics of    _ What is specificity? What is memory? The WBCs involved in the specific resistance are the _____Two main types of lymphocytes are.