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Explain the location and function of synovial, mucosa, serosa and cutaneous membranes.
Briefly explain the seven functions of skin.
Identify the function of the following layers of epidermis: stratum basale stratum lucidum stratum corneum
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Give the three causes of normal skin color.
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What gives skin its elasticity and toughness?
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Body Membranes #1 In your opinion describe what is a membrane? In your opinion describe what is a membrane? In your opinion explain the purpose of a membrane?
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Non Prescription Drugs Course Instructor Pr. Dr Hanaa Elsaghir Course Instructor Pr. Dr Hanaa Elsaghir Text : Handbook of Nonprescription Drug latest edition.
1.What are the granules inside the cell at the pointer? a)Keratin granules b)Vacuoles c)rER d)Histamine and heparin e)Melanin.
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