Cell, Skin and Specialized Tissue - Skin Structure

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Skin is composed of two main layers. The thin outer layer, or epidermis, is a type of tissue known as stratified squamous epithelium, which consists of sheets of plate-like cells. Beneath this lies a deeper layer, the dermis, which comprises fibrous and elastic tissue containing blood vessels, nerve fibres, hair follicles, and sweat glands. The deepest layer of the dermis anchors the skin

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