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Integumentary System A system An organ The biggest!
Introduction Largest organ of the body Surface area Mass One square inch contains… Complex Continuous
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Functions Protection Water balance Temperature Regulation Waste Disposal Receptor organs Vitamin D Production
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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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