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WAP Final

WAP Final Exam 1st Semester

The two main layers of skin are Epidermis and Dermis
A needle would pierce the epidermal layers of the forearm in which order Stratum Corneum, Stratum Granulosum, Stratum Spinosum, Stratum Basale,
The layer of epidermis in which cells die because of their inability to get nutrients and oxygen Stratum Lucidum
A splinter penetrates to the deepest layer of epidermis on your foot. This layer is Stratum Basale
Which layer of the epidermis produces dandruff? Stratum Corneum
Nails are composed of Keratin
The secretions of the eccrine glands are Mostly water, sodium chloride, and trace amounts of wastes and lactic acid
Which of the following is an indication of melanoma A pigmented spot that contains areas of different colors
Cells that are arranged in several layers are called Stratified cells
The lining of the urinary bladder is composed of which type of cell Transitional
This connective tissue has cells in lacunae in a gel-like matrix Cartilage
Which type of muscle lines the blood vessels and airways of the body Smooth
Your skin, after it is exposed to sunlight, will produce which vitamin? D
This is the most common tissue and is found throughout the body more than any other form Connective
Type of Tissue that has an apical surface and a basement membrane Epithelial
Type of Tissue that consists of living cells surrounded by an extracellular matrix Connective
Type of tissue that can be described as voluntary of involuntary Muscle Tissue
Type of tissue that is avascular but regenerates rapidly Epithelial
Type of tissue that can be classified as bone, blood, and cartliage Connective
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