anatomy exam 2
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release secretions into the interstitial fluid
release secretions through ducts to the epithelial surphase
Glands in the dermis
- 1. sebacceous glands
- 2. sudoriferous glands
- 3. Ceruminous glands
Which gland secetes sebum (skin oil). What is the purpose of this gland?
- Sebacceous glands.
Which gland in the dermis secretes sweat? Which aids in...?
Sudoriferous glands. ....temp regulation
Which gland in the dermis secretes ear wax (cerumen)? What is this glands purpose?
Ceruminous glands. Protects external ear canal. Is anti-bacterial and water-proof
What are the 3 types of Connective Tissue Fibers?
- Collagen Fibers
- Reticular Fibers
- Elastic Fibers
Which CT fibers is long, straight, unbranched and most common in CT proper. (Tendons & Ligaments). Flexable
Branches Connective Tissue Fibers that are tough and flexible.
Which CT fibers are branched and wavy. Stretch then go back to original length.
What is the cystol?
The intracellular fluid. High K and low Na concerntration
Flow K and high Na
What allows you to pull a sheet of skin off of sunburn? What type of protein?
Primary enzyme in skin?
What binds and responds to ligands.? Which triggers a response inside the cell
What transports specific solute through the membrane. ? What type of protein?
What breaks down fatty acids through oxidation? Which also replicates cell by division
no phospholipid bilayer
_______ take from Rough ER
What is the "power house" of the cell?
How does things move inside of a cell?
from high concentration to low concentration
What is aka the subcutaneous layer of superficail fascia?
What is the hypodermis layer made of? And what does in contain?
Loose CT (areolar CT and adipose tissue). Contains larger blood vessels.
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