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Structures present in the skin of frog and absent in skin of rabbit are

A. mucous glands

B. sebaceous glands

C. hairs

D. nails

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  1. The corium of dermis is a derivative of
  2. Nails, hoofs and horns are formed by
  3. The sebaceous glands of skin are as- I sociated with the
  4. A type of skin gland which is well developed and functional in females, but non-functional and vestigeal…
  5. In frog, the mucous and poisonous glands are found in
  6. The skin of frog is attached to the under lying body muscles loosely leaving many
  7. Structures present in the skin of frog and absent in skin of rabbit are
  8. Scales in sharks are
  9. The skin functions as a storage organ because the deeper layers of dermis store
  10. Sweat glands are confined to external ears in
  11. The sweat glands in hares and rabbits are seen in
  12. Malpighian layer of the skin is a part of
  13. Lacrymal glands are responsible for the secretion of
  14. The part of the hair, in which the hair I shaft is lodged, is called as
  15. The layer of cells in the skin which is periodically cast off is
  16. The cells of the stratum lucidum of the skin become hard and the horny layer of cells thus formed become
  17. Perspiration is a process, essentially meant for
  18. Mammals lack mucous glands in the skin because
  19. The sudoriferous glands of the skin secrete
  20. The mucous and poisonous glands are found is the skin of frog. These are specially abundant
  21. The skin in man is thickest at
  22. If a cat is deprived of vibrissae, stiff long hair on the snout
  23. The function of sebaceous glands in mammals is to
  24. The hair of a mammal is a structure which is
  25. In the mammalian skin, the adipose tissue is found
  26. Sweat glands in mammals are primarily concerned with
  27. Ceruminous or wase glands are seen in
  28. Glands of Zeis are associated with the eye lashes. These are modified
  29. Sebaceous glands are present in
  30. The modification of the skin at the terminal part of the dorsal surface of phalanges result in formation…