Lymphocytes (monomorphonuclear lymphocytes) are cells present in the blood and lymphatic tissue. Lymphocytes are derived from the stem cells from which all blood cells arise. They are the main means of providing the body with immune capability.
The lymph channels (lymphatics) are an extensive system of branching vessels that carry the lymphatic fluid formed in the tissues back to the bloodstream. Along the channels of the larger lymph vessels are clusters of lymph nodes. There are hundreds of...
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