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Pancreas
...  to glucagon. Insulin decreases the blood sugar level. Insulin conducts the initial entrance of glucose to the cell membranes. This action by glucose is largely important to the muscular and adipose cells. Insulin also helps with the conversion of glucose into glycogen in the liver. This gives way to the absorption of amino acids into the cells, leading to the formation of proteins and  ...

Mammary Glands
...  the lymphatic drainage of the axillary process. The mammary glands are amde up of 15 to 29 lobes with each lobe possessing a duct that leads to the exterior of the body. The lobes are segregated by adipose tissues. These tissues manage the size and the shape of the breats, but they don’t predetermine the ability to suckle a baby. Within each lobe are lobules, and within the lobules are  ...

Vulva
...  vaginal vestibule, and the vestibular glands. These parts are the ones surrounding the vaginal orifice. Read on to the definitions of each of these parts. Mons Pubis This is the subcutaneous pad of adipose connective tissue, and it puts a cover on the symphysis pubis. This part of the external genitalia is covered with pubic hair once a female gets sexually mature. It protects the vulva and the  ...


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