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An immovable jont between flat bones of the skull.


A projection on a bone.


The process by which skin cells kill themselves as they travel to the surface.

Cancellous bone

Networks of bone with many marrow filled spaces surrounding the bones matrix.


Losse connective tissue.

Axial skeleton

The portion of the skeleton that supports and protects the head, neck, and trunk.

Appendicular skeleton

The part of the skeleton attached to the axial skeleton.

What layer of the skin is superficial to the dermal papillae?

The epidermis.

If a hair cell contains no kerton we're is it?

The matrix

What is keratin? And what does keratin do for the body?

Keratin is a cell produced by stratum Granulosum. Keratin is also the cell that makes our body water proof!