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Science Skin Quest

Science Skin Quest StudyStack by Shuai Bao

Part of SkinFunction
epidermis Provides Protection and Makes Cells
capillaries Carry nutrients and oxygen to cells
Epidermis Living Makes Cells
Fatty Layer [subcutaneous layer] Helps Insulate Body and Can cause wrinkling
dermis contains blood vessels, roots of ahir, nerves, glands, and smooth muscle
oil glands [sebaceous gland] Releases oil to keep skin and hair soft, and water resistant.
sweat gland and duct Release Sweat, Helps cool off body, and Helps eliminate waste.
epidermis dead This is the layer of the epidermis that makes new cells
smooth muscle contraction causes hair follicles to stand up for warmth
receptors and nerves receptors gather information like pain, pressure, temperature, texture
pores lets sweat and oil from the glands
Made By Shuai Bao.
Vote Galligan-Stanzler.
(c) 2004 InLogic Foundation
Created by: ethical_hack