The skin is the organ that protects underlying organs from drying out.
The body system that protects underlying organs from drying out is the integumentary system. This system also protects underlying organs from mechanical damage.
The visceral pleura
The organ system that protects underlying organs from drying out and mechanical damage is the integumentary system. This system is made up of the skin, hair and nails.
Skin or Integumentary
The dermis and skeletal structure.
This is a job for the skin.
The integumentary system, more commonly known as the skin.
Skin mainly. It's the most waterproof structure many organisms have. Of course, many animals also need to protect their skin from drying out by keeping wet, like frogs and slugs. ^^
A waxy layer called the cuticle prevents the flower from drying out.
The body cavity that protects the organs of reproduction is the Pelvic cavity.
The Skeletal System protects all your organs and supports the body.
I would say you rib cage protects you vital organs.
The skeleton itself and the surround muscular tissue protects the vital organs.
The skeleton is made up of all the bones in our body, and it protects all the organs.
The abdominopelvic cavity protects the major organs of digestion and reproduction.
The skull (protects the brain) and the rib cage (protects the heart and lungs)
epithelial tissue protects the internal organs
Your rib cage protects your inner organs.
Yes, the human skeleton protects vital organs. The ribcage protects the heart, lungs, and part of the liver, spleen and top of the stomach. The pelvis protects the lower abdomen and reproductive organs. The spine and a special apron-like tissue over the abdomen gives structure that holds everything in the 'belly' and protects the digestive and excretory organs.