Give the Main Function of the Following: Lachrymal Glands - Biology

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Give the main function of the following:
Lachrymal glands

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Lachrymal glands - It produces tear to lubricate the eyeball.
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Chapter 9: Nervous System - Exercise 4 [Page 118]

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Frank ICSE Class 10 Biology
Chapter 9 Nervous System
Exercise 4 | Q 9.05 | Page 118

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