2. White Blood Cell Storage: Lymphoid Organs

The lymphoid organs are like storage centers for our white blood cells. These organs include the spleen, thymus, lymph nodes, and bone marrow. While these storage centers are vital for optimum immune system function, other tissues also play a role in storing and supporting immune system function. These include tonsils, the skin, and the membranes of the throat, nose, and genitals.

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