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What are the major functions of a white blood cell?

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[Note: This is an image of a white blood cell taken with a Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM).]

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The two major functions of a white blood cell are to protect the body from invading microorganisms and to take away dead cells and debris from the tissues by phagocytosis.

To protect the body against diseases or other types of agents attacking the body.

To protect the body against diseases or other types of agents attacking the body.

The two main functions of a white blood cell are to protect our body from harmful microorganisms and to take away from our tissues, dead cells and debris.