Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Lymphocytes

Diverse group of agranular white blood cells that are active components of the immune system, e.g. B cells and T cells. Such cells function to either identify or eliminate foreign antigenic substances, thus providing immunity. Constitute 20-30% of all leukocytes and are a principal component of lymph.

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