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Integumentary System

The integumentary system has all of the following functions EXCEPT synthesizing vitamin E
The subcutaneous layer is ___ the dermis and epidermis inferior to
Blood vessels are lacking in the epidermis
Skin color and protection from UV radiation is provided by melanocytes
Cutaneous carcinomas arise from epithelial cells
Eumelanin is the pigment responsible for dark hair
Keratin is the protein that makes calluses and finger nails
Arrector pili are muscles associated with follicles
Keeping skin soft and pliable is the job of sebaceous glands
Acne is a physiological problem associated with sebaceous glands
Urea and uric acid are two of the ingredients that make up sweat
Finger and toe nails arise from ___ tissue epithelial
Blood vessels, sweat and sebaceous glands, and hair follicles are contained within the dermis
How many chromosomes do human sex cells contain? 23
Sperm temperature should optimally be kept at 34 deg. C
Sperm temperature can be regulated by the actions of the gubernaculum
Interstitial cells are responsible for manufacturing male sex hormones
Sperm are stored for maturity in the epididymis
The first semen-producing gland(s) that sperm encounter upon ejaculation is the seminal vesicles
Cowper's gland is the alternate name for the bulbourethral gland
Aiding sperm motility and helping neutralize the acid vaginal environment is the job of the prostate gland
Sperm cells are able to fertilize the egg cell for up to 48 hours
3 mL of semen would contain about ____ sperm 360 million
Optimal pH for normal semen would be about 7.5
Nitric acid's role in the male reproductive system is stimulating erection
All of the following control male reproductive function EXCEPT the adrenal gland
Male reproductive system parts in order seminiferous tubules, epididymis, ductus deferens, seminal vesicles, prostate gland, bulbourethral gland, urethra
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