Cells, Tissues, and Skin (Human Body: How It Works)

Cells, Tissues, and Skin (Human Body: How It Works)

Douglas B. Light


Cells are the smallest devices in a position to maintaining existence, and so they make up nearly each point of the human physique. From the strands of hair on the best of the pinnacle to the nails on arms and feet, each constitution of the human physique consists of cells. teams of cells shape tissues and organs, which enable the physique to operate as an equipped procedure. dermis, the body's greatest organ, kinds a water-proof barrier that gives security opposed to invading microorganisms and acts as a sensory and thermoregulatory constitution. "Cells, Tissues, and pores and skin" explores the houses of every of those elements in bodies.

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