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A black pigment found in the epidermis is
a) keratin b) melanin c) sebum d) collagen
A hard protein material found in the epidermis, hair and nails is
a) collagen b) melanin c) keratin d) sebum
The connective tissue layer of the skin is the
a) epidermis b) dermis c) stratum corneum d) cuticle
Oil producing glands.
a) sebum b) adipocyte c) lipocyte d) sebaceous gland
which of the following is a connective tissue protein?
a) Keratin b) albumin c) collagen d) dermis
A fat cell is a(n)
a) adipocyte b) lipocyte c) leukocyet d) both A and B
The deepest region of the epidermis is the
a) stratum basale b) statum corneum c) basal layer d) both A and C
A cell containing a dark pigment
a) Keratinocyte b) leukocyte c) adipocyte d) melanocyte
Flat scale-like cells
a) Stratum corneum b) squamous epithelium c) stratum basale d) dermis
The middle layer of the skin
a) epidermis b) dermis c) hypodermis d) hyperdermis
Oily substance secreted by sebaceous glands
a) keratin b) sebum c) melanin d) sweat
A structural protein found in skin and connective tissue.
a) keratin b) melanin c) albumin d) collagen
The half moon shaped white area at the base of the nail
a) stratum corneum b) lunula c) cuticle d) basal layer
A band of epidermis at the base and sides of the nail plate.
a) lunula b) dermis c) cuticle d) stratum corneum
The outermost layer of the epidermis which consists of flattened, keratinized cells.
a) basal layer b) stratum basale c) cuticle d) stratum corneum
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