Covering of the body, which protects it from the outside world and from drying out. In humans and other mammals it consists of the skin (including outer epidermis and inner dermis) and its related structures, including hair, nails, and sebaceous and sweat glands.
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Arabidopsis thaliana outer ovule integument morphogenesis: Ectopic expression of KNAT1 reveals a compensation mechanism.(Research article)
Apr 14, 2008; Authors: Elisabeth Truernit (corresponding author) [1,2]; Jim Haseloff BackgroundFertilised ovules develop into seeds that...
US Patent Issued to Hewlett-Packard Development on Nov. 22 for "Nonhuman Animal Integument Pixel Classification" (California Inventors)
Nov 29, 2011; ALEXANDRIA, Va., Nov. 29 -- United States Patent no. 8,064,694, issued on Nov. 22, was assigned to Hewlett-Packard Development...