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The most active phagocytic white blood cells.

  • neutrophils ane eosinophils

  • lymphocytes and macrophages

  • eosinophils and lymphocytes

  • neutrophils and monocytes

Answer

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neutrophils and monocytes

Neutrophils and monocytes are phagocytic white blood cells. Monocytes are largest of all leucocytes and generally change into macrophages after entering tissue spaces.Neutrophils are most numerous of all leucocytes and have many lobed nuclei. 

Eosinophils are granular white blood cells. Their number increases in people with allergic conditions such as asthma or hay fever The are non-phagocytic and seem to play part in immune system.

Lymphocytes are non-motile and non-phagocytic in nature. They produce antibodies to destroy microbes.These are found in B and T- lymphocytes. T- lymphocytes either directly attack the antigens or stimulate B -lymphocytes to produce antibodies.

Neutrophils and monocytes are phagocytic white blood cells. Monocytes are largest of all leucocytes and generally change into macrophages after entering tissue spaces.Neutrophils are most numerous of all leucocytes and have many lobed nuclei. 

Eosinophils are granular white blood cells. Their number increases in people with allergic conditions such as asthma or hay fever The are non-phagocytic and seem to play part in immune system.

Lymphocytes are non-motile and non-phagocytic in nature. They produce antibodies to destroy microbes.These are found in B and T- lymphocytes. T- lymphocytes either directly attack the antigens or stimulate B -lymphocytes to produce antibodies.