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LOM 16

SKIN

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Skin and accessory structures also called ___________ system INTEGUMENTARY
____________ lubricate and cool the skin SKIN GLANDS
Skin helps maintain body _____________ TEMPERATURE
Provides membrane covering receptor for sensations FUNCTIONS OF SKIN
Protective membrane over entire body FUNCTIONS OF SKIN
____________ _________ produce watery secretion that evaporates and cools. Develop an odor when bacteria is present. SWEAT GLANDS
Produce OILY secretion that LUBRICATE skin and hair SEBACEOUS GLANDS
A thermoregulator SKIN
Recieves sensation pain temperature pressure touch SKIN
Interprets message from heat center in the brain SKIN
Known as "True Skin" DERMIS
OUTERMOST, thin cellular membrane layer EPIDERMIS
Dense, fibrous, connective tissue DERMIS
THICK, fat-containing tissue SUBCUTANEOUS LAYER
DEEPEST layer BASAL LAYER
Most SUPERFICIAL LAYER of the epidermis, on very top of epidermis! STRATUM CORNEUM
WILL NOT bleed if scratched EPIDERMIS
Contain melanin that gives color to skin MELANOCYTES
Individuals unable of forming melanin are __ with skin and hair that is all white, along with pupils being red. ALBINO
Hair Root is the____________ SHAFT
Consists of: Hair Skin Nails INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM
Shafts that hold the hair HAIR FOLLICLES
______________ Forms hair KERATIN (PROTEIN)
_ Semilunar (half moon-shaped) whitish region at nail base LUNULA
___ is a narrow band of epidermis at base and sides of nail plate CUTICLE
__ soft tissue surrounding nail border PARONYCHIUM
_________ secrete oily sebum into hair follicle to lubricate SEBACEOUS GLANDS
Sebaceous glands are located in _______ ________ of skin over entire body EXCEPT palms of hands and soles of feet DERMAL LAYER
Sweat glands secrete sweat into pores to _____ and ________ MOISTEN AND COOL
What is colorless and odorless until bacteria grows? SWEAT GLANDS
One of the LARGE dermal exocrine glands located in the axilla and genital areas. APOCRINE SWEAT GLAND
________ secretes sweat that, in action with bacteria is responsible for human body odor APOCRINE SWEAT GLAND
Most numerous sweat-producing exocrine gland in the skin ECCRINE SWEAT GLAND
burn, burning CAUS/O
skin CUTANE/O
heat, burn CAUTER/O
profuse sweating DIAPHOR/O
redness ERYTHEM/O ERYTHEMAT/O
sweat HIDR/O
hard, horny tissue KERAT/O
nail ONYCH/O
fungus MYC/O
plant PHYT/O
hair, hair follicle PIL/O
wrinkle RHYTHID/O
sebum SEB/O
scalelike SQUAM/O
fat STEAT/O
hair TRICH/O
nail UNGU/O
yellow XANTH/O
dry XER/O
skin -DERMA
condition -ESIS
breakdown; destruction; loosening -LYSIS
full of; pertaining to; sugar -OSE
pertaining to -OUS
plaque -PLAKIA
flow; discharge -RRHEA
Name 3 functions of the skin LUBRICATE AND COOL RECEPTOR FOR SENSATIONS MAINTAIN BODY TEMPERATURE STORES WATER
What makes your skin waterproof? SEBUM AND KERATIN
Name the layers of the skin EPIDERMIS DERMIS SUBCUTANEOUS BASAL STRATUM CORNEUM
Which layer is referred to as "True Skin"? DERMIS
Name moon shaped structure found at base of nail. LUNULA
Name different types of glands found within the skin. SEBACEOUS GLANDS SWEAT GLANDS
Created by: kellitb