Integumentary System. By : jenifer rosas. Organs of the I ntegumentary S ystem. Epidermis: Is the outer thinnest layer of the skin. Hairs: A outgrowth of the epidermis. Sweat Glands: One tubular glands of skin that secrete sweat.
By : jeniferrosas
The integumentary system work along with other systems in our body to provide a barrier against bacteria or other diseases, which helps the immune system. It also helps the excretory system by getting rid of wastes by sweating. Like excess of salts. The integumentary system its also an important part of the endocrine system. Its important because it helps the body maintain a state of balance. Like keeping the body warm in cold weather, or keeping it cold on extremely hot weather. The nervous system also veceives signals from the sensors in our skin that tells our brain when we’re in danger and we need to react. The integumentary system also absorb radiation to produce vitamin D. This process works with the digestive system.