Integumentary system - nails, Biology

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  1. Cover terminal segment of fingers & toes.
  2. Highly vascular dermis under lying the nail is called nail bed.
  3. It gives pinkish colour to nail.
  4. The small part of nail in the nail groove is called nail root.
  5. A crescentric whitish area at the base of nail is lanula.
  6. Epidermis adhere to lunula is epenychium.
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