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It generally tends to be thicker over posterior and extensor surfaces than over anterior and flexor surfaces, usually being between 1 and 2 mm thick. The total thickness of the skin depends on the thickness of both the epidermis and the dermis. On the palms of the hands and soles of the feet the epidermis is responsible for the thickness of the skin, the dermis being relatively thin. This arrangement provides protection for the underlying dermis, as the palms and soles are regions of great wear and tear.
Consequently, the basis for cell movement during gastrulation and the possibility of inductive cellular interaction, resulting from the acquisition of a new microenvironment by an individual cell, are established. At the 16-cell stage, the morula enters the uterus and the process of compaction occurs, as a result of which individual blastomeres become less distinct. Cells on the outside of the morula adhere to each other and a topographical difference is established between these surface cells and those inside.
On the palms of the hands and soles of the feet the epidermis is responsible for the thickness of the skin, the dermis being relatively thin. This arrangement provides protection for the underlying dermis, as the palms and soles are regions of great wear and tear. The character of flexor and extensor skin differs in more respects than just thickness. The extensor skin of the limbs tends to be more hairy than the flexor skin, while the flexor skin is usually far more sensitive as it has a rich nerve supply.