Short Answer Question
Differentiate between B-cells and T-cells.
|i.||B-cells mature in bone marrow||T-cells mature in the thymus gland.|
|ii.||They are involved in humoral immunity||They are involved in cell-mediated immunity.|
|iii.||B cells originate and mature in the bone marrow.||T cells originate in the bone marrow and mature in the thymus.|
|iv.||They occupy 20% of total lymphocytes||They occupy 80% of lymphocytes|
B-cells produce specific plasma cells that produce antibodies.
|T-cells produce clone T-cells and can kill the infected cell.|
Concept: Concept of Immunity
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