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anatomy terms

vocabulary for chapter 5

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keratocytes use this substance to protect themselves from exposure to damaging melanin
these glands are found in deep layers and connective tissue of dogs' foot pads eccrine sweat glands
these pain and touch receptors are found in the papillary layer meissners corpuscles
this structure consists of the toe, heel and quarters wall
this is the insensitive, triangulad, horyn structure of the hoof frog
dandruff is made of cells that died in this layer statum granulosum
these structures are located in the dermis and are sensitive to heavy pressure pavinian corpuscle
This is the word for hair surface cuticle
these are found in the planum nasale of sheep, pigs, and cows tubular glands
this is another word for tactile hair sinus hair
these cells are associated with sensory nerve endings at the epidermal-dermal junction merkel cells
the substance produced by this gland has antibacterial and antifungal properties sabacceous gland
the distal phalanx in horses coffin bone
the cells in this layer of hair are composed of soft keratin medulla
these run from the coronary band to the ground on a hoof and represent periods of growth horn tubes
this term describes the loss of a large percentage of hair at one time telagen effuvium
the distal sesamoid bone in the horse is called this navicular bone
most skin lacks this layer because it is only found in very thick skin stratum lucidum
these are generally wavy or bristled in the dog secondary hair
Created by: kturner