Immunity biological process

Immunity is the ability of an individual to recognize the “self” molecules that make up one's own body and to distinguish them from such “nonself” molecules as those found in infectious microorganisms and toxins. This process has a prominent genetic component. Immune response is a common biological reaction that protects against tissue damage, toxicity, and tumors, whereas apoptosis is a biological process that responds to toxicity, especially DNA damage.

Here are two types of immunity: Active and Passive

Some examples of biological processes are metabolism, digestion, cell growth, photosynthesis, and reproduction

Our immune system, a network of intricate stages and pathways in the body, protects us against these harmful microbes as well as certain diseases. It recognizes foreign invaders like bacteria, viruses, and parasites and takes immediate action. Humans possess two types of immunity: innate and adaptive.

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