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Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 6 Quiz 3 Study Guide Know the followingAnatomy & Physiology Chapter 6 Quiz 3 Study Guide Know the following
Ceruminous gland
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A&p tutorial 2014 Exam 2BA&p tutorial 2014 Exam 2B
Joe just burned himself on a hot pot. A blister forms and the burn is painful. Joe's burn would best be described as a third-degree burn. Ceruminous gland
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Juicy Jargon: Chapter 5 Integumentary SystemJuicy Jargon: Chapter 5 Integumentary System
Underlined words are disorders or diseases that result from the body’s failure to maintain homeostasis. These words are found in the blue boxes of the text or in the Common Disorders section found at the end of each chapter. Ceruminous gland
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No change as listed on the lecture notes: Critically read Chapter 6– pp. 181-187 before “Skin Color”No change as listed on the lecture notes: Critically read Chapter 6– pp. 181-187 before “Skin Color”
Critically read Chapter 6– pp. 181-187 before “Skin Color” section, Skip Section 2 (Hair and Nails), Critically read sections 3 (Cutaneous glands) and 4 (Skin Disorders) pp. 195-199 before “Burns” section. Ceruminous gland
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List the general functions of each membrane type-cutaneous, mucous, serous, and synovial-and give its location in the bodyList the general functions of each membrane type-cutaneous, mucous, serous, and synovial-and give its location in the body
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The Integumentary SystemThe Integumentary System
The skin is an organ consisting of keratinized stratified squamous (epidermis) firmly attached to a thick layer. Ceruminous gland
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Chapter 6: Holes Anatomy and Physiology The Integumentary SystemChapter 6: Holes Anatomy and Physiology The Integumentary System
It is continuous with, but distinct from the mucous membranes that line the mouth, anus, urethra, and vagina. Ceruminous gland
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Goals: Compare the structure, location and secretions of sweat and oil glands Compare and contrast the eccrine and Apocrine glands List the parts of the hair Goals: Compare the structure, location and secretions of sweat and oil glands Compare and contrast the eccrine and Apocrine glands List the parts of the hair
These are found over the entire body. There are approximately 3 million per person. Ceruminous gland
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The Integumentary SystemThe Integumentary System
Discuss the events of psoriasis and list the various treatments for this problem. Ceruminous gland
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Integumentary System Biology 2121Integumentary System Biology 2121
Glycolipid released from these granules cause membrane of cells to become waterproof. Ceruminous gland
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Appendages of the skinAppendages of the skin
Terminal hair: coarse pubic and axillary hair that appears at puberty; also most of hair on male chest and beard. Ceruminous gland
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Integumentary System Vocabulary Albinism: inherited inability to produce melanin. Arrector pili muscleIntegumentary System Vocabulary Albinism: inherited inability to produce melanin. Arrector pili muscle
Arrector pili muscle: Smooth muscle in the skin associated with a hair follicle. Ceruminous gland
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Integumentary System SkinIntegumentary System Skin
Is thicker in areas of significant wear and tear. Ceruminous gland
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Anatomy and Physiology Review: Integumentary SystemAnatomy and Physiology Review: Integumentary System
Langerhans cells Keratinocytes Merkel cells Arrector pili Dermal papillae Pacinian corpuscles. Ceruminous gland
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