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  1. Thin outer layer of skin
    epidermis
  2. Fibrous connective tissue beneath the epidermis
    Dermis
  3. Layer of skin that is composed of connective tissue
    Dermis
  4. Loose connective tissue and adipose tissue
    Subcutaneous
  5. Skin proliferation caused by the human papillomavirus
    Warts
  6. Layer of skin that is made of epithelium
    Epidermis
  7. Not part of the skin per say but is made up of connective tissue
    Hypodermis
  8. Does not have much blood supply and is a good place to inject needles
    Hypodermis
  9. Have an abundance of adipose sites that form
    Hypodermis
  10. Make up the bodies of subconanius fat
    Hypodermis
  11. Layer of fat thats going to vary throughout the body
    Subcontanius Fat
  12. Fat that lies deeper in the abdomen and surrounds the organs
    Viseral Fat
  13. Located in the Endocrine System - Secrete substances directly into the blood stream or surrounding tissue
    Endocrine
  14. Located on the skin - secrete substances through tubes called ducts
    Exocrine
  15. Produce only - System called Sebum
    Seloaceous
  16. Acne is caused by
    androgens
  17. Produce sweat in 2 varieties
    Sweat Glands
  18. Produces clear salt water fluid - its primary function is to bring sweat to the surface of the skin to cool us
    Meracine
  19. Exist only in a few places - groin, anal, and armpits - Submit products through their own glands in a white creamy fluid - causing body odor
    Apocrine
  20. Located in the dermis - where hair is produced
    Hair folicles
  21. Parts of the skelletal system
    Bone, Ligaments and Cartilage
  22. Connective tissue that provide support and storage capacity, the site of blood cell production
    Bone
  23. Tissues that join bone to bone
    Ligaments
  24. Tissues that join bone to muscle
    ligaments
  25. Located in between bones is a connective tissue that serves as padding in most joints
    Cartilage
  26. Type of animal skeleton - an external structure
    exoskeleton
  27. Type of internal support structure most common in humans
    endoskeleton
  28. Located in the longitudinal central axis of the body - consists of bones of the head, vertebral column, and rib cage
    Axil Skeleton
  29. How many bones are in the axial skeleton
    80
  30. How many bones are in the appendicular skeleton
    126
  31. How many bones are there total
    206
  32. Consists of the appendages (limbs) and the bones that support them
    Appendicular skeleton
  33. Connects forelimbs
    pectoral gridle
  34. Attaches the hind limbs
    pelvic gridle
  35. 4 types of bones
    Long, short, flat and irregular
  36. Bones within the arms and legs
    long bones
  37. Bones within wrists and ankles
    short bones
  38. Bones within the cranium, scapula, and sternum
    flat bones
  39. Bones within the vertebrae and hipbones
    Irregular bones
  40. Thinning of the bones - results in bone breakage
    Osteoperosis
  41. Osteoblasts
    produce new bone
  42. Osteocytes
    Maintain bone
  43. Osteoclasts
    tear down bone
  44. Exist wherever two bones meet - typically at the end of two long bones
    Joints
  45. Movable bones joined by a fluid filled capsule of fibrous connective tissue
    Synovial fluid
  46. Voluntary muscles
    Skeletal
  47. Involuntary muscles
    Cardiac and Smooth
  48. Muscle found only in the heart
    Cardiac muscle
  49. Muscle with no striations - found in areas that require movement - but we have no control over it
    Smooth muscle
  50. Every muscle is going to be paired up with one working in opposite itself
    Antagonistic muscles
  51. Thin filaments
    Actin
  52. Thick filaments
    Myosin
  53. Cells of muscular system are ____ ____ because they are elongated
    muscle fibers
  54. Contain sacromeres (repeating units)
    myofibrils
  55. Fundamental unit of muscle contraction
    Sacromere
  56. Bundle of muscle fibers
    Fasicles
  57. Generate less power but can do it over a sustained period of time - long distance runners
    Slow twitch fibers
  58. Generate more power, but only for brief periods - sprinter
    Fast twitch fibers
  59. Attaching, pulling, detaching cycle
    Twitch
  60. Muscle tissue that we can consciously control
    Skeletal muscle
  61. Body system that provides structural support
    Skeletal system
  62. When washing your face you remove skin cells from the ___ layer of skin
    epidermis
  63. The epidermis is more efficient at repelling water due to the production of what substance
    kreatin
  64. Which one of the 11 body systems can we most easily observe in our own body
    integumentary system
  65. Thick myosin filaments lie in the ___ of a given sacromere
    middle
  66. Thin actin filaments lie in the ___ of a given sacromere
    end
  67. The diaphram is in the ___ cavity
    thoracic
  68. ___ is living tissue
    bone
  69. For a tattoo to be permenant the ink must be injected into the ___ layer of the skin
    dermis
  70. Which marrow type gives rise to blood cells
    red marrow
  71. Which marrow type is made up of energy storing fat cells
    Yellow marrow
  72. The site of blood cell production
    bone
  73. Bones are considered a type of which tissue
    connective
  74. Flexible water resistant protein that is abundant in the outer layer of the skin
    kreatin
  75. Are smooth and cardiac tissue part of the skeletal system
    No
  76. Substance that acts as padding between joints
    cartilage
  77. Organs that come into contact with the environment are lined with what type of tissue
    epithelial
  78. The tissue that is specialized for the rapid conduction of messages, which takes the form of electrical impulses
    Cardiac tissue
  79. Helps ease the effects of osteoporosis
    participating in moderate weight bearing exercise
  80. A mammary glad produces milk and moves it into ducts that empty onto the skin. Thus, it would be classified as a ______ gland
    meracine

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