How Are Whit Blood Cells Adapted To Their Function?


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White blood cells' main job is to fight of germs and diseases within the body. They have do not have a fixed shape which makes it easier for them to form a shape around the germs. Once they surround they can eat the germs or entangle them.
Another adaptation is that they can produce antibodies that can also kill the germs. They have a large nucleus to help them receive signals from the brain.

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