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integumentary

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metabolic function of skin vitamin D synthesis
layers of skin epidermis, dermis, hypodermis
layers of epidermis stratum corneum, (lucidum), granulosum, spinosum, germinativum
cells in epithelium of skin called keratinocyte
which layer contains stem cells for keratinocyte germinativm
germinativum attached to __ by __ basal lamina, hemidesmosome
Stratum spinosum composed of keratinocyte
keratinocyte held together by desmosome
thick skin has stratum lucidum
langerhan cells are phagocytic cells
phagocytic cells in epidermis called langerhan cells
merkel cells responsible for touch sensation
function of melanin protection from UV, produce pigments
adipose tissue found in hypodermis (subcutaneous layer)
hair not found on palm of hand, finger, and plantar of feet and toes
three types of hair vellus hair, intermediate hair, terminal hair
sebaceous gland secretes __ by __ secretion sebum, holocrine
types of sweat glands apocrine, eccrine(merocrine)
Created by: honghee