Organ Dermis

The Organ Dermis is gland-like tissue and is controlled by the cerebellum. Evolutionarily, the dermis dates back to when our ancestor (worm) left the sea and conquered the land. The dermis has a protective function. Its special programs always have to do with a violation of integrity (defilement, attack, disfigurement, etc.). The handedness is decisive. Nevertheless, there is also a local and from the handedness independent besmirching (e.g., spit in the face).

Outer Skin Organ Graphic

Organ outer Skin

The organ outer skin has an outer skin (squamous epithelium, separation conflict), and it has the underlying dermis (glandular-like tissue, disfigurement conflict). In the active

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