Hair follicle diagram
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Hair is one of the characteristic features of mammals and has various functions such as protection against external factors; producing sebum, apocrine sweat and pheromones; impact on social and sexual interactions; thermoregulation and being a resource for stem cells. Hair is a derivative of the epidermis and consists of two distinct parts: the follicle and the hair shaft. The follicle is the essential unit for the generation of hair. The hair shaft consists of a cortex and cuticle cells…
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Before the natural hair movement, there was a common perception that African hair does not grow past the shoulder length because most of us had hair that stagnated at that length.
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Illustration about Hair cycle. diagram of a hair follicle. Illustration of epidermis, removal, capillary - 23564368
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Diagram Of A Hair Follicle In A Cross Section Of Skin Layers Stock Vector - Illustration of dermatology, care: 83837459
Illustration about Human Hair Anatomy. Diagram of a hair follicle and cross section of the skin layers. Illustration of dermatology, care, cuticle - 83837459
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