Answer to Question #90467 in Cell Biology for Ahmad
Vomiting and diarrhea expose the pathogens to lymph nodes near the large intestine, esophagus, and mouth
Specialized cells in the digestive system signal white blood cells that a microbe has invaded
Ulceration of the digestive tract prevents pathogenic microbes from travelling elsewhere in the body
Non-pathogenic bacteria in the intestine kill invading bacteria and fungi
Non-pathogenic bacteria in the intestine kill invading bacteria and fungi.
The harmless bacteria that survives in the gut is known as gut microbiome which helps in prevention for invasion of bacteria and fungi by developing our immune system and leads to the prevention of infection causing from bacteria.