Titty pics are so sexy, they’re everywhere, from the tabloids to YouTube.
But are they really just breasts, or are there more to them?
“We know that we have very specific characteristics that are linked to breasts, but what about the rest of them?” asks David B. Lewis of the University of Melbourne.
“What if we were able to see them as an entire body and could see them through their skin, just like skin?”
“That’s where the concept of skin-fibre comes in.”
Lewis and his colleagues from the University College of Sydney and the University Victoria used an artificial skin-like matrix to examine the size and shape of the body’s various muscles and tendons.
Their results are published in the latest issue of the Journal of Human Evolution.
They found that “the skin fibres in the body have the shape of a round cube and a hollow space in between, which is like a tube of tissue,” explains Lewis.
The skin fibre is a dense layer of collagen which allows the body to stretch and flex and move.
“The more fibres we see on the skin, the more we can see that it’s a flexible system,” says Lewis.
“That’s why people have such huge breasts and people can have great shape.
But we also know that these are very thin structures.”
In humans, skin fibries consist of two types of tissue: skin and bone.
Bone is very elastic, but not as firm as skin.
When you have skin on your body, it absorbs moisture from your skin.
But when you have a lot of bone on your skin, it’s more likely to break down over time and become tough.
But unlike bone, the skin fibreglas have little structure.
Lewis says the collagen found in the skin is more dense than that found in bone.
“In fact, the collagen is so dense it’s not even seen in the same molecules of bone,” he says.
These dense layers are called “fibres” and are “the foundation of the skin and body’s structure”.
“Fibres are what give the skin its elasticity and elasticity is what allows it to stretch,” says Dr Caroline H. Jones, of the Medical Research Council’s Centre for Genomic Medicine and Health Research.
Skin fibres are made up of the same chemical compounds as the skin itself.
“The skin is composed of two different types of collagen that we call fibres,” explains Jones.
“Fibre is made up by keratin, the connective tissue, and collagen, the fibrous material that is more flexible and can be stretched.”
The two types are linked together in a kind of “chain”, but each type is linked to the other through a specific chemical bond.
Fibreglas are found in different parts of the human body and each is different from the other.
There are different kinds of fibres found in our skin and, like in any tissue, they can be damaged by different things, such as heat or disease.
Dr Jones says one type of fibro, known as melanocytes, is the “heart and lungs” type of fibre.
“It has a very dense structure in its surface that is very resilient and it’s really sensitive to heat and disease,” she says.
“You can see in the photo above, you can see it’s the skin of a person with a very severe skin disease.”
Dr Lewis says that melanocytes are a type of collagen found mostly in the inner ear and upper eyelids.
However, because they are “not very well studied” they don’t have a “great deal of understanding” about how they work, but the structure of melanocytes and their role in the human skin “is probably pretty well understood”.
Fiber has also been linked to skin cancer, as well as skin cancer in humans, and Lewis says a new class of human cells called melanoma stem cells is growing in our bodies that are “pretty much the same as skin fibroids.”
“We can also use these cells to make collagen, which in turn is a way of increasing the skin’s flexibility,” he explains.
“So that means we can increase the skin elasticity, and the skin becomes more like a garment.”
What’s the deal with the pink hair in the picture above?
In human skin, there are different types and sizes of melanin.
This is the material that helps to make the skin stretch.
A photo of a melanoma cell shows the structure that gives it its elastic nature.
We can see the structure and composition of the melanin that is found in skin.
In humans and other mammals, there is a “melanin receptor” that links melanin to the pigment melanin (see picture above).
“When we’re looking at a melanin molecule in a molecule, the melanocortin receptor, the