Which of the following is a role skin plays in the body?
A. Vitamin D production.
B. Sensation.
C. Excretion.
D. All of the above.
Skin is a resilient protective layer of cells protecting the muscles and organs of animals. Skin is formed in several layers. Living skin is a material of exceptional quality, with good temperature tolerance and insulating ability. As well as these functions, skin has roles of vitamin D production, sensation and excretion (through sweat).
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This exam will cover some concepts necessary to master for the Biological Sciences portion of the MCAT exam.
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