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Integumentary System

QuestionAnswer
Secrete sweat Sudoriferous glands
Most superficial layer of epidermis Stratum corneum
Secrete sebum Sebaceous glands
Deep to the dermis Subcutaneous layer
Skin Integument
Fibrous waterproof protein Keratin
Deeper thicker region of skin Dermis
Deepest layer of the epidermis Stratum basale
Outer thinner region of the skin Epidermis
Skin color pigment Melanin
Helps protect skin against ultraviolet radiation Melanin
Most superficial skin region Epidermis
Sweat glands Sudoriferous
An oily substance secreted by the sebaceous glands Sebum
Tissue found in the hypodermal layer of the skin Adipose
Action of the Latissimus Dorsi Adduction at the shoulder joint
Action of Teres Major Adduction and Extension
Created by: angelmom