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Are our nails bones?
no there not
Hooves are made of material similar to the human fingernail. However it is much thicker and thus much stronger.
ANSWER 1 Finger nails are combination of bone with Keratin, but without tissues or muscles or blood cells, they are formed like a protection layer which are extended from th…e inner bone but does not continue with the flesh or Finger, but are ttached to Finger. Same is the reason, one doesn't feel pain while nails are cut but yes once can feel it when it it along with the flesh attaching it ANSWER 2 Finger nails and toe nails are much more closely related to hair than to bone. Bone is living tissue which contains nerves and manufactures blood cells. Hair and nails are only living tissue at the base, where they connect to the skin. The base of a hair is called its "root"; the base of a nail is called its "bed". All of the hair or nail above its base is dead tissue, being pushed upward by new living growth at the base. You can cut your hair or nails without feeling pain because they are not living tissue and contain no nerves except at their base.
No, nails are made from keratin. There are different strains of this protein, including a different type from which hair is made.
no they are not
No. They are made of keratin.
Capitulum articulates with the head of radius
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The head of the humerus articulates with the capitulum, but I have never heard it described like a nail before.
No, neither your teeth or your nails are made of bones. However, in order to keep your teeth healthy you need to be sure that you are getting sufficient amounts of calcium and… vitamin D. Answer 2 Human teeth are made up of dentin , cement , pulp , while nails are made up of a protein keratin .
No. . Hair is part of the integumentary system and is proteinbased. . Bone is part of the skeletal system and is calcium based.
No. Fingernails are hard pieces of skin to protect your fingers
No, the chief component of human nails would be keratin. It's the same durable, fibrous protien that is present in external human skin.