8. Differentiate the following and give examples of each:
   (b) Active and passive immunity

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S Sonika
Active immunity      Passive immunity 

Active immunity develops in a person’s own body in response to an infection or any disease

Passive immunity develops in a person's body when antibodies from outside are injected into the body

Active immunity does not have side effects

It may have side effects

It is long lasting

It has a short span

Active immunity takes a long period to provide show effect

Passive immunity immediately shoe effects and provides relief