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How do white blood cells eat germs?
                     




fritoz2012
because they are hungry jk they eat them by absorbing them like when they touch the germs it just goes in them


Sastimasa
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with BBQ sauce :P

- Sastimasa


Mr. Desmond
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I dont think they eat germs


cutiepie=]
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the same way we eat piee =]]


0475839216
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it's probably evolutionary type thing that became a defense mechanism for survival.


mrchowrules
They release antigens that are specific to certain germs. The antigens are programmed to attack the part of the germs that regulate cell division, so they can no longer divide. The germs eventually die.


Satchmo
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By phagocytosis (the engulfing of the invading germ by the leukocyte).


Maxie M
White blood cells are an important part of our body's immune system. Their role is to defend the body against infection by germs.
White blood cells are capable of passing through the walls of capillaries (tiny blood vessels) in order to attack, kill and consume intruder germs.
White blood cells are an important part of our body's immune system. Their role is to defend the body against infection by germs.

White blood cells are capable of passing through the walls of capillaries (tiny blood vessels) in order to attack, kill and consume intruder germs.

There are between 7,000 to 25,000 white cells in a single drop of blood!


SUMSUM
They use fork and knife, cut it to pieces then eat it ;p
No, I am joking. Okay, this is how it works. "Lymphocytes," produce something that attaches to bacterials and viruses and MARKS them or clusters them together so lukocytes(white blood cells) can attack them. White cells are like jelly and they take the virus or bacteria inside themselves and use an ENZYME (called Lysosome) to dissolve them.


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