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tructures in the dermis that help regulate body temperature are A. oil glands and sweat glands. B. blood vessels and sweat glands. C. muscle fibers and blood vessels. D. oil glands and blood vessels.
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User: tructures in the dermis that help regulate body temperature are A. oil glands and sweat glands. B. blood vessels and sweat glands. C. muscle fibers and blood vessels. D. oil glands and blood vessels.

Weegy: Structures in the dermis that help regulate body temperature are the oil glands and sweat glands.





User: ll of the following can be found in the dermis except A. blood vessels. B. nerve cells. C. sweat glands. D. pores.

Weegy: All of the following can be found in the dermis except Pores.



User: Skin, nails and hair make up the A. skeletal system. B. integumentary system. C. muscular system. D. endocrine system.

Weegy: Skin, nails and hair make up the B. integumentary system.
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User: CheckDisorders of the skin include all of the following except A. acne. B. osteoporosis. C. psoriasis. D. carcinomas.

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Disorders of the skin include all of the following except osteoporosis.
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