Also known as the subcutaneous layer or the sub-dermis. It is called Submucosa.
The dermis and subcutaneous layer
The dermis, or lower layer of the skin, contains blood vessels and sensory nerve endings
The epidermis, or the outermost layer, contains no blood vessels.
where are nerves and blood vessels are found
Nerves and blood vessels are found in the dermis layer of the skin.
The dermis, or second layer.
Nerves and blood vessels in the skin are located in the upper layer of the skin called the epidermis.
3. the outside layer is the tooth enamel. the second layer is the dentin. and the third and innermost payer is the pulp which contains all of your nerves and blood vessels
The layer of the digestive tract that contains blood and lymph vessels and nerve cells is the sub mucosa. The sub mucosa layer is located underneath the mucosa layer.
The dermis contains blood vessels, nerve receptors, and hair follicles.
The upper layer of the skin is called the 'epidermis'. In birds, it contains no nerve cells, and their Merkel cells are located in the dermis. However, in most animals it contains a scattering of nerve cells called Merkel cells, located at the basal layer. The middle layer of the skin is called the 'dermis.' It contins blood vessels, most of the nerve cells, and other structures. The lower layer of the skin is called the 'sub-cutis' and mostly contains fat.
Yes. It is a connective tissue membrane that covers the outer surface of a bone. The outer fibrous layer is dense irregular collagenous connective tissue and does contain blood vessels and nerves.
The dermis which lies below the epidermis i.e. dermis is the secondary layer of the skin.