Made by: Carson Anderson, Connor Wright, Nicole
Functions of the Immune and
The lymphatic system absorbs some of
the tissue fluids around the cell. It
absorbs fats from the digestive system
and transports them to the circulatory
system. It filters dead cells, viruses,
bacteria, and other unneeded particles
from tissue fluid and then returns the
tissue fluid to the circulatory system.
The immune system destroys
pathogens. It interacts with other body
systems and helps keep you healthy.
Some Major parts and organs are the lymph
vessels, lymph nodes, bone marrow and
thymus, spleen, tonsils. (Lymphatic) Major parts firstline defenses, second-line defenses, third-line
Interactions with two other
The immune system interacts with lymphatic system
by helping to destroy microorganisms that enter the
body. The lymphatic system also works with the
circulatory system. Both systems move liquids through
the body and both contain white blood cells, their
functions are different though.
Role In Maintaining Homeostasis
Lymphatic System- Regulating fluid buildup around
cells, this supports the circulatory system by
cleaning fluids and replacing them in the blood
stream. It also supports overall health.
Immune System- The circulatory and respiratory
systems work together and protect against invaders.
Health And Diseases
Diseases: Noninfectious Cancer.
Diseases: Infectious Chicken pox, flue, cold.
Healthy: To stay healthy have good personal hygiene and
have good food choices
White blood cells also fight cancer cells- cells that grow at
an uncontrollable rate.
Allergies are the body’s overreaction to antigens that are
not normally harmful, such as pollen or pet hair
Studies show that people who lack humor in their lives
have a less productive immune systems.
lymphocytes are made by the red bone marrow