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Feathers, like hairs, arise from epidermal papillae which become imbedded in pits in the dermis.
THE VERTEBRATE SKELETONSIDNEY H. REYNOLDS
Hairs are delicate epidermal structures which grow imbedded in little pits or follicles in the dermis.
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The skin consists of an outer layer of epiblastic origin, the epidermis, and an inner layer of mesoblastic origin, the dermis.
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In the young Jacare mentioned above, I found the dermis to be 27 distinguishable into two layers.
This vesicle is formed by the epidermis detached from the dermis, and elevated as a half sphere by serous liquid within.
It perforates the dermis and terminates in the subjacent muscular layer.
It is not due to any abnormal development of blood-vessels in the dermis.
There remains the dermis or second layer of skin which is also of value for identification purposes.
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These fibres differ from true hairs in not being developed in pits in the dermis.
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The enamel is derived from the epidermis of the mouth cavity, and the two remaining constituents from the underlying dermis.

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