The unwashed skin is rich in gamma globulin, an organic compound that discourages the growth of microbes. The skin is usually teeming with bacteria, yet they do not cause infections because gamma globulin holds them in check.
It protects you from UV rays which are harmful to the skin.
it can make us sick
The cells lining the nose are called mucus which are considered as specialized cells. These are important because they prevent pollutants from invading and irritating the organs ...so they're there to protect us from infections etc Hope it helped.
It was a mercury-bromine compound used as a topical disinfectant of the skin and wounds. Many of us had this red liquid painted on us when we were young for skinned knees and small cuts. It has been outlawed in the US for years, although non-mercury types are still available. Today you would use neo-sporin or similar products.
Human skin, while having many wonderful advantages of its own, misses out on some interesting perks from other forms of outer membrane: Ameoba cell membrane: It keeps the shape of the ameoba and offers protection, much like human skin, but is far more semipermeable. This allows nutrients to pass easily through the membrane, while disallowing unwanted materials. Skin can do this to a degree [blocking dirt, allowing vitamin E], but not at the level of repelling toxins and taking in lunch. Reptile Skin: Reptile skin is water tight, offers more protection than human skin. Fur: Added warmth, many types of fur repel water and trap air (which aids in insulation and further adds warmpth). Some types of fur protect from extreme weather conditions, such as harsh cold and frost. Feathers: Aid in flight, repel water and mud The different skin types and outer coverings of animals enables them to live in varying environments, even in ecosystems that humans [with their skin] would find inhospitable. **** I realy cant see the disadvantages of us having skin... it have come from the evulution changed and evolved. it do it posible to feel, but that come fro nerves, it is water prof and isolate the body and do also ofthen regulate the bodys heat. so for what I can see it is none. it also hide our smelly body^^.
It protects germs to get in also when you get hurt It doesn't gegdyeebuerfhbuerfuberf
Skin cells make our skin and skin protects us from dirt and germs getting directly into our body, and cells allow us to be here for if we didnt have cells we wouldn't exist
Melanin and it protects us from the suns harmful rays
structural- skin which is the largest organ in the human body. the skin protects us from germs or bacteria behavioral - how we hunt in groups so we can get more meat (just using some critical thinking)
skin is important to us because it protects our body parts which are in our body.
structural - skin, it is the largest organ in our body which helps us because it gives us shape and protects us from germs behavioral - we sleep so our body can rest or when it turns winter we put on layers of clothes.
Skin. Because it protects us.
It protects us from harmful activities like skin cancer, cataracts. It protects us from the harmful UV light.
Ozone layer protects us. It protects us from the harmful UV rays of the sun.
it covers our dermis and protects it
hi It protects us from the Sun's radiation and protects us from the serious damage that is caused by the exposure. It also protects us from various skin diseases. It also maintains an equilibrium in the nature.