Integumentary System

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Integumentary System
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  1. Root Words

    Derma, Dermat/o, Derm/o = Skin
    Pil/i, Pil/o/ = Hair
    onych/o, Ungu/o = Nail
  2. What are the functions of the Skin
    • 1. Protection
    • 2. Absorption
    • 3. Sensation
    • 4. Thermoregulation
    • 5.  Excretion
    • 6. Vitamin D Synthesis
  3. Cutaneous Membrame is also known as the

    A) Hair
    B) Nails
    C) Skin
    C) Skin
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  4. The Skin is the largest organ and consist of what 2 types of tissue?
    • -Epithelial tissue
    • -Connective tissue
  5. True or False

    The Skin covers 6 yards, weighs apprx. 7-15% of bidy weight
    True
  6. The skin contains how many layers?

    A) 3
    B) 7
    C) 9
    D) 5
    A) 3
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  7. What are the layers of the skin?
    • 1. Epidermis
    • 2. Dermis
    • 3. Hypodermis
  8. Another name for skin layer (Sub cutaneous membrane)

    A) Epidermis
    B) Hypodermis
    C) Dermis
    B) Hypodermis
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  9. What is the top layer of the skin?

    A) Dermis
    B) Hypodermis
    C) Epidermis
    C) Epidermis
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  10. The epidermis layer is 

    a) avascular
  11. The epidermis layer is 

    a) avascular (no blood flow)
    b) vasular
    a) avascular
  12. Stratisfied squamous cells are found is what layer of skin?

    A) Epidermis
    B) Dermis
    C) Hypodermis
    A) Epidermis
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  13. The entire epidermis layer is continually replaced every of a cycle of how many weeks

    A) 2-4 weeks
    B) 3-4 weeks
    C) 5 weeks
    D) 1-3 weeks
    A) 2-4 weeks
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  14. What is the deepest layer of the Epidermis

    A) Stratum Lucidum
    B) Stratum Granulosum
    C) Stratum Corneum
    D) Stratum Basale
    E) Stratum Spinosum
    D) Stratum Basale
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  15. This layer within the epidermis has a single layer of cuboidal or columnar cells.

    A) Stratum Granulosum
    B) Stratum Basale
    C) Stratum Spinosum
    D) Stratum Corneum
    E) Stratum Lucidum
    B) Stratum Basale
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  16. This layer within the epidermis has 8-10 layers of cells and is alos known as the "spiny layer."

    A) Stratum Lucidum
    B) Stratum Spinosum
    C) Stratum Corneum
    D) Stratum Granulosum
    E) Stratum Basale
    B) Stratum Spinosum
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  17. This layer within the epidermis has 3-5 layers of cells and is alos known as the "Grainy layer."

    A) Stratum Granulosum
    B) Stratum Corneum
    C) Stratum Spinosum
    D) Stratum Lucidum
    E) Stratum Basale
    A) Stratum Granulosum

    note: Keratin is formed here
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  18. This layer within the epidermis is only presented in thick skin.

    A) Stratum Lucidume
    B) Stratum Spinosum
    C) Stratum Basale
    D) Stratum Granulosum
    ) Stratum Corneum
    A) Stratum Lucidume
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  19. This layer within the epidermis is the most superfial and has 25 layers of dead cells. Is alos known as the "Horny Layer." and is always being shed


    A) Stratum Spinosum
    B) Stratum Basale
    C) Stratum Granulosum
    D) Stratum Corneum
    E) Stratum Lucidum
    D) Stratum Corneum
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  20. The second layer of the skin is called the

    A) Hypodermis
    B) Epidermis
    C) Dermis
    C) Dermis
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  21. This layer of the skin is responisble for skin strength, extensibility and elasticity.

    A) Dermis
    B) Hypodermis
    C) Epidermis
    A) Dermis
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  22. This layer is also known as "the hide" and most leather products are from this part of animals.

    A) Hypodermis
    B) Dermis
    C) Epidermis
    B) Dermis
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  23. This net like fiber is found in the dermis layer of the skin  and resist stretching in many directions causes "cleavage" lines. 

    a) Reticular Layer
    b) Papillary Layer
    a) Reticular Layer
  24. This "finger like" layer within the dermis supplies nutrients through blood vessels

    a) Reticular Layer
    b) Papillary Layer
    b) Papillary Layer
  25. This layer of the skin is also known as the "Subcutaneous layer" and is not really part of the skin.

    A) Epidermis
    B) Dermis
    C) Hypodermis
    C) Hypodermis
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  26. Hair found on a 5-6 month fetus

    A) lanugo
    B) terminal
    C) vellus
    A) lanugo
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  27. Long pigmented hair that developes near birth. Covers scalp, eye lashes, eye lashes, pubic area after puberty

    A) terminal
    B) lanugo
    C) vellus
    A) terminal
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  28. Fine, short unpigmented hairs that cover the body

    A) terminal
    B) lanugo
    C) vellus
    C) vellus
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  29. Which gland produce sweat? 

    a) sudoriferous gland
    b) sebaceous gland
    a) sudoriferous gland
  30. Which gland produce oil? 

    a) sudoriferous gland
    b) sebaceous gland
    b) sebaceous gland
  31. What gland produce oil that covers the hard surface of the skin. It is known as Seburn,

    a) sudoriferous gland
    b) sebaceous gland
    b) sebaceous gland
  32. What is a group of pigments called that determin skin, hair and eye color?
    Melanin
  33. Thick skin is found where?
    on palms and soles of feet

    Note: found is area of high friction
  34. Think skin is found where?
    Everywhere except for the palms and soles of feet
  35. The area of the brain that houses the sensation of touch it the...
    Postcentral gyrus
  36. This receptor meditates sensation od discriminative touch (subtle and easily located) such as light verses deep pressure, as well as low-frequency vibrations. Are more numerous in hairless areas

    A) Pacinian Corpuscle
    B) Hair roor Plexus
    C) Merkel Disk
    D) Meissner Corpuscle
    E) Ruffini Corpuscle
    F) Krause End Bulb
    D) Meissner Corpuscle

    aka tactile corpuscle
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  37. Located o nthe dermis, this receptor alerts us when the skin comes into deep or continuous pressure. The ability to clutch a pencil and still be able to feel it after long periods.

    A) Merkel Disk
    B) Hair roor Plexus
    C) Pacinian Corpuscle
    D) Meissner Corpuscle
    E) Ruffini Corpuscle
    F) Krause End Bulb
    E) Ruffini Corpuscle

    referenced as second thermoreceptors, detecting temps from 85-120 (often called heat receptors)
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  38. This receptor is located on the deeper layer of ther dermal layes, primarily in the hands and feet. They respond quickly to crude and deep pressure, vibration, and stretch

    A) Meissner Corpuscle
    B) Merkel Disk
    C) Pacinian Corpuscle
    D) Krause End Bulb
    E) Ruffini Corpuscle
    F) Hair roor Plexus
    C) Pacinian Corpuscle

    Note: adapt quickly to stimuli; respond quickly when stimulia is firt applies
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  39. Found in widely distributed mucosu membranes. Involves discriminatory touch and low vibration. Secondart thermoreceptors detecting temp below 65

    A) Krause End Bulb
    B) Merkel Disk
    C) Hair roor Plexus
    D) Ruffini Corpuscle
    E) Pacinian Corpuscle
    F) Meissner Corpuscle
    A) Krause End Bulb

    also called mucocustaneous corpuscles
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  40. This receptor is located on the epidermis and responds to light touches and discriminative touch

    A) Pacinian Corpuscle
    B) Hair roor Plexus
    C) Meissner Corpuscle
    D) Ruffini Corpuscle
    E) Merkel Disk
    F) Krause End Bulb
    E) Merkel Disk
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  41. These receptors are light-touch receptors that detect hair movement and resemble a web of receptors wrapping around hair follicles. May alert us to slight breeses or an incect crawling on our skin

    A) Hair Roor Plexus
    B) Merkel Disk
    C) Pacinian Corpuscle
    D) Krause End Bulb
    E) Meissner Corpuscle
    F) Ruffini Corpuscle
    A) Hair Roor Plexus

    aka Hair follicle receptors
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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