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Stack on skin

Stack is about skin and asorted other things

Functins of Skin Protection, sensory perception, boky temperature regulation, storage, absorption, excretion, and production
Nails are made of dead keratinized epidermal cells
Nails grow under lunula
Hair is made of keratin
Hair grows from a hollow tube called the follicle
The shaft does what? It protects the hair from the skin.
The Root is embedded in the skin and its shape determins if hair is curley or strait
Pigment in the hair is determined by melanocytes located in the foilicle
Skin eruptions include Papules, vesicles, macules, pustules, crusts, wheals, and ulcers
Papules firm raised like pimples
Vesicles blisters and fluid filled
Macules flat spots like freckles
Pustules pus filled
Crusts dried pus and blood like scabs
Wheals ithchy elevated with irregular shapes
Ulcer deap loss of skin tissue
Sudiferous glands sweat glands
Sweat is 99% water, salts, nitrogenous wastes
purpose of sweat is for temperature regulation
Layers of skin is Germinativum (stratum basale), Stratum Corneum, Dermis (corium or true skin), Subcutaneous (hyodermis)
Created by: Random Guy