||when they sense an enemy they secrete chemicals causing inflammation. That inflammation attracts macrophages which eat the invaders.
||large white blood cells. They move to connective tissue becoming macrophages to destroy invading enemies.
||white blood cells
||fast moving immune cells. They are the front line of the immune system; they rush to the site of infection where they kill invaders before dying themselves, of exertion.
||type of white blood cell that eats bacteria as an immune response to infection, aka "big eater". It secretes chemicals warning other white blood cells of invaders.