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Covering tissues to prevent damage from impacts, chemicals, infections, and water loss is
a) protection b) temperature maintenance c) store nutrients d) sensory reception
Regulating heat exchange with the environment is a description of
a) protection b) temperature maintenance c) sensory reception d) excretion/secretion
Making vitamin D3 and containing lipids is an example of
a) protection b) temperature maintenance c) make and store nutrients d) sensory reception
Detecting stimuli and relaying that information to the nervous system is
a) protection b) temperature maintenance c) making and storing nutrients d) sensory reception
Glands releasing salt, water, and organic waste is an example of
a) temperature maintenance b) protection c) sensory reception d) excretion or secretion
Which part contains 4 or 5 layers of flat, dead, keratinized cells
a) epidermis b) dermis c) hypodermis d) langerhans
Most abundant cell in the epidermis is the______
a) keratinocytes b) merkel cells c) melanocytes d) langerhans
The cells that are touch receptors and form the tactile disc
a) keratinocytes b) merkel c) melanocytes d) langerhans
Which cell makes the pigment that protects the skin against UV damage
a) keratinocytes b) merkel c) melanocytes d) langerhans
Which cells are macrophages used in the defense against microorganisms
a) keratinocytes b) merkel c) melanocytes d) langerhans
This protects underlying cells from microbes, abrasion, chemicals, heat, and water loss
a) melanin b) keratin c) epidermal derivatives d) dermal papillae
What pigment protects the skin against UV damage?
a) melanin b) keratin c) epidermal derivatives d) dermal papillae
Epidermal layers in order from deep to superficial
a) corneum--lucidium--granulosum--spinosum--germinativum b) germinativum--spinosum--granulosum--lucidium--corneum c) lucidum-corneum-granulosum-germinativum-spinosum d) spinosum-granulosum-corneum-lucidum-germinativum
Which layer of the epidermis is found on the sole of the foot?
a) stratum corneum b) stratum lucidum c) stratum spinosum d) stratum granulosum
Which layer are langerhans more frequently found in?
a) stratum lucidum b) stratum granulosum c) stratum spinosum d) stratum corneum
Which layer is the outer layer with dead, flat, keratinized cells?
a) stratum corneum b) stratum lucidum c) stratum granulosum d) stratum germinativum
Which layer is a grainy layer filled with protein granules that will become keratin?
a) stratum corneum b) stratum spinosum c) stratum granulosum d) stratum germinativum
This layer has cells that are shrinking and appear to look spiny
a) stratum corneum b) stratum lucidum c) stratum granulosum d) stratum spinosum
This layer is the deepest of the epidermal layers
a) stratum corneum b) stratum granulosum c) stratum spinosum d) stratum germinativum
Which layer has simple cuboidal or columnar cells that are rapidly dividing?
a) stratum corneum b) stratum granulosum c) stratum spinosum d) stratum germinativum
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