Just took this test. Melanin
Melanin, why ? Because melanin acts as a protective biological shield against ultraviolet radiation.
Yes, melanin does make the skin tougher. One of the function of the melanin is to give the skin color. The levels of melanin depends with the amount of the sunlight exposure.
Melanin is not a sweat gland. Is is the chemical that provides skin color.
Production and release of melanin pigment
The protective function of cilia is to work to move organisms throughout the cell.
Melanin is located in your basal cells of the epidermis. Melanin is found in other body locations as well, such as the iris, inner ear, and adrenal gland. Melanin is found in the skin and is a pigment produced by melanocytes. The function of melanin is how light or dark skinned a person is.
Melanin, it absorbs sunlight and stops your skin taking damage :)
The general function of melanin in our skin is to protect and secure skin and skin cells from harmful ultraviolet rays and rays coming from sun. It contains infinite cells known as melanocytes which increase their production of melanin in response to sun exposure.
Melanin gives color to the skin, hair, and iris of the eyes. Levels of melanin depend on race and amount of sunlight exposure. Sun exposure increases melanin production - to protect the skin against harmful ultraviolet rays. In addition, hormonal changes can affect melanin production.