Investigate and cite specific examples of how the mammalian immune system is designed to protect against microscopic organisms and foreign (or nonself) substances from outside the body and against some aberrant (e.g. cancer) cells that arise within.
Multicellular Organisms: Plants and Animals
Students should be introduced to Homeostasis in the Mammalian Body. This can be understood as a result of the coordinated structures and functions of organ systems, the internal environment of the mammalian body remains relatively stable (homeostatic), despite changes in the outside environment.