In its broadest sense, intracellular digestion<span> is the breakdown of substances within the cytoplasm of a cell. ...</span>Intracellular digestion<span> can also refer to the process in which animals that lack a </span>digestive<span> tract bring food items into the cell for the purposes of </span>digestion<span> for nutritional needs.
</span>Extracellular digestion<span> is a process in which saprobionts feed by secreting enzymes through the cell membrane onto the food. The enzymes catalyze the </span>digestion<span> of the food into molecules small enough to be taken up by passive diffusion, transport or phagocytosis.</span>
The answer is Immune response. This term
describe how human body recognizes and respond to defend itself against
bacteria, viruses, foreign pathogens and substances that appear harmful. The
body cells have proteins that are
antigens. It can be innate or nonspecific immunity, passive immunity, or
Drug Synergism. An interaction between two or more drugs that causes the total effect of the drugs to be greater than the sum of the individual effects of each drug. A synergistic effect can be beneficial or harmful.