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What is the function of the mesentery?
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The function of the mesentery is to project and shelter nerves and blood vessels from the central system to the organ.

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The mesentery is a layer of connective tissue that exists in vertebrates. It exists to sustain and support certain portions of the small intestine from the abdomen. The mesentery consists of parts of the peritoneum. The function of the mesentery is to project and shelter nerves and blood vessels from the central system to the organ.
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