Bio II- Vocabulary 1/30 And 2/6: Question Preview (ID: 17467)

Below is a preview of the questions contained within the game titled BIO II- VOCABULARY 1/30 AND 2/6: Study .To play games using this data set, follow the directions below. Good luck and have fun. Enjoy! [print these questions]

Play games to reveal the correct answers. Click here to play a game and get the answers.

The most common skin cancer in which cells of the stratum basal are abnormal and can no longer produce keratin.
a) Basal Cell Carcinoma
b) Squamous Cell Carcinoma
c) Reticular Layer
d) Seborrhea

A burn where only the epidermis and upper dermis are damaged
a) Second Degree Burn
b) Third Degree Burn
c) First Degree Burn
d) Basal Cell Carcinoma

A burn where the entire thickness of the skin is destroyed
a) Second Degree Burn
b) First Degree Burn
c) Seborrhea
d) Third Degree Burn

A skin condition in infants that is caused by overactivity of the sebaceous glands and results in pink lesions that eventually form a yellow crust.
a) Seborrhea
b) First Degree Burn
c) Basal Cell Carcinoma
d) Reticular Layer

A burn where only the epidermis is damaged.
a) Third Degree Burn
b) First Degree Burn
c) Second Degree Burn
d) Seborrhea

The lower dermal layer of the skin; contains blood vessels, sweat glands, oil glands and deep pressure receptors
a) Squamous Cell Carcinoma
b) Basal Cell Carcinoma
c) Reticular Layer
d) Seborrhea

Rare and often deadly cancer of the melanocytes
a) Malignant Melinoma
b) Melanin
c) Arrector Pili
d) Papillary Layer

Small bands of smooth muscle cells that contract to pull hair upright and dimple the skin resulting in goosebumps
a) Arrector Pili
b) Papillary Layer
c) Sebacious Gland
d) Eccrine Gland

Sweat glands located mostly in the axillary and genital areas of the body; contain a mixture of sweat and fatty acids and proteins making the secretion occasionally milky or yellowish
a) Eccrine Glands
b) Papillary Layer
c) Malignant Melinoma
d) Apocrine Glands

Oil glands; produce a solution that is a mixture of oily substances and fragmented cells that keeps the skin soft and moist and prevents hair from becoming brittle
a) Sebacious Glands
b) Papillary Layer
c) Apocrine Glands
d) Melanin

Found all over the body; produce clear sweat only
a) Arrector Pilli
b) Eccrine Glands
c) Sebacious Glands
d) Apocrine Glands

Pigment that ranges in color from yellow to brown to black and is produced by special cells in the stratum basale.
a) Melanin
b) Papillary Level
c) Malignant Melinoma
d) Eccrine Glands

The upper dermal layer of the skin; has thick, peg-like projections which are arranged in definite, genetically determined pattern (fingerprints!)
a) Melanin
b) Arrector Pili
c) Papillary Layer
d) Eccrine Glands

Form of skin cancer which affects the cells of the stratum spinosum and most coomonly affects the scalp, ears, hands, and lower lip.
a) Reticular Layer
b) Seborrhea
c) Squamous Cell Carcinoma
d) Basal Cell Carcinoma

Play Games with the Questions above at
To play games using the questions from the data set above, visit and enter game ID number: 17467 in the upper right hand corner at or simply click on the link above this text.

Log In
| Sign Up / Register