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A&P1 Lab Skin Test

For A&P 1 DelTech Owens Integumentary System Test

The skin is also the __ system. integumentary
A tough fibrous protein that makes the skin waterproof is called __. keratin
The outer layer of skin, which also contains layers of its own, is also called the __. epidermis
A thick layer of skin that produces vitamin D is called the __. epidermis
The outer most layer of the epidermis is called the __ __. stratum corneum
The layer of epidermis only found in thick, non-hairy skin, like the palms of hands and soles of feet, is called the __ __. stratum lucidum
A middle layer of the epidermis is called the __ __. stratum granulosum
A middle layer of the epidermis with cells that have spiny like projections is called the __ __. stratum spinosum
The 5th layer of the epidermis is called the __ __. It's also called the stratum germinativum. stratum basale
The layer of the epidermis with dead and dying cells that sloughs off easily and that contains carotene is called the stratum __. corneum
The layer directly above the dermis (which is below the epidermis) is called the stratum __. basale
Fingernails are a modified portion of this layer, but contain high amounts of keratin. It is called the stratum __. corneum
__ found in between the cells of the stratum basale produce melanin and freckels. melanocytes
The layer that contains carotene, a yellowish pigment, is called the stratum __. corneum
The cuticle of fingernails is called the __. eponychium
The whitish crescent shaped area at the base of the nail body is called the __. lunula
Fingernails grow by __ of the cells in the stratum germinativum. mitosis
The layer of skin just below the epidermis is called the __. dermis
The layer with blood vessels, nerves, hair, glands, and fat, is called the __. dermis
The outer portion of the dermis arranged in folds (making fingerprints) is called the __ layer. papillary
These structures develop from follicles in the dermis and have both a root and a shaft. Hair.
The muscle attached to each hair is called the __ __ __. These allow hairs to stand up when we get goosebumps. arrector pili muscle
Sweat glands that reside in the dermis are also called __ __. sudiferous glands
Which gland produces a watery material over virtually the entire body? eccrine gland
Which gland produces a thick fluid found in the armpit and groin? apocrine gland
These are oil glands that secrete sebum into the hair follicle region. sebaceous
Which gland has a coiled shape that opens up into a hair follicle and function after puberty? apocrine gland
A disorder of the sebaceous gland is called __. acne
This nerve ending senses touch. It is called __ __. Meissner's corpuscle
The nerve endings that sense pain are called __ __ __. free nerve endings
These nerve endings sense deep touch. They are called __ __. pacinian corpuscles
We also have __/__ __ for sensing changes in temperature. hot/cold receptors
These vessles help regulate temperature and supply nutrients while also removing waste. They are __ __. blood vessels
The third layer of skin, below the dermis, is called the __ layer, or the __. subcutaneous layer, or the hypodermis
First degree burns affect the __ layer of skin. epidermis
2nd degree burns affect the papillary layer through the __ dermis. reticular
3rd degree burns go through the entire __. dermis
The only layer of skin lacking a direct blood supply is called the __. epidermis
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Created by: IsaacJ