Lymphocyte vs Blastogenesis - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between lymphocyte and blastogenesis

is that lymphocyte is (cytology|immunology) a type of white blood cell or leukocyte that is divided into two principal groups and a null group; b-lymphocytes, which produce antibodies in the humoral immune response, t-lymphocytes, which participate in the cell-mediated immune response and the null group, which contains natural killer cells, cytotoxic cells that participate in the innate immune response while blastogenesis is (biology) reproduction via budding.

lymphocyte

Noun

(en noun)
  • (cytology, immunology) A type of white blood cell or leukocyte that is divided into two principal groups and a null group; B-lymphocytes, which produce antibodies in the humoral immune response, T-lymphocytes, which participate in the cell-mediated immune response and the null group, which contains natural killer cells, cytotoxic cells that participate in the innate immune response.
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    Derived terms

    * lymphocytic

    blastogenesis

    English

    Noun

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  • (biology) reproduction via budding
  • (biology) The transformation of small lymphocytes into larger, undifferentiated cells that undergo mitosis