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1. The dermis has rich blood supply while the epidermis is totally absent of blood vessels.

true

2. The epidermis contains a greater variety of cell types in comparison to the dermis.

False

3. The process of keratinization is directly related to the waterproofing function of the epidermis.

True

4. Dark-skinned persons have a higher probability of developing melanomas ( skin cancers ) because they have more melanocytes

False

5. The papillary layer of the dermis partially explains the presence of fingerprints in the epidermis.

True

6.Regardless of race, all persons, except albinos, have the same numbers of melanocytes.

True

7. One of the results of excessive sun exposure is a depressed immune system.

True

8. Darker skinned people have the same percentage of skin cancer as people who have lighter skin.

False

9. Any restriction of normal blood supply to the skin results in the cell death.

True

10. Decubitus ulcer can occur in active and inactive people.

False

11. Cyanosis is a condition in which the skin and blood in all people appears blue.

True

12. The skin can develop more than 10,000 different ailment( disorders).

True

13. Skin disorders resulting from allergies or bacterial, viral, or fungal infections are more damaging than burns and skin cancers.

False

14.Anxiety, chemotherapy, radiation, excessive vitamin A, and ringworm are some causes of premature graying and falling out of hair.

True

15.Malignant tumors are noncancerous.

True

16. Skin cancer is the most common cancer in humans.

False

17. Basal cell carcinomas are curable 99% of the time without surgery.

True

18. Squamous cell carcinomas appear mostly on the scalp, ears, lower lip, and palm of th hands.

True

19. Malignant melanomas accounts for only 5% of skin cancers.

True

20. The ABCD rule for recognizing melanoma stands for: -Asymmetry, -Border Regularly, -Color, and -diameter.

False

21. Tattoos are believed to have originated around 15,000 years ago.

True

22. Dermabrasion, cryosurgery (freezing), or apply caustic chemicals are ways to remove tattoos.

False

23. The risk of being infected by Hepatitis C, a chronic liver condition, is nine higher in people who have been tattooed than those who have not.

True

24. A mucus membrane:

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25. As cells progress from the deeper portion of the epidermis towards the surface what happens to them?

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26. A needle would pierce the skin of the forearm in which order? Layers of the skin from superficial to deep

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27. Exposure to ultraviolet (UA) light causes the skin to darken by stimulating the production of :

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28. Glands usually associated the skin of the genitals and the axillary region are known as:

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29. Mitosis (cell division) occurs in which layer of the epidermis?

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30. Hair, nails, and the outer layer of the skin are made mostly of a tough waterproof protein called:

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31. In the skin, arrector pili muscles are found maninly in the

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32. describe Pacinian corpuscles

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33. Sebaceous glands secrete:

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34. The different layers of the epidermis have one feature in common. This fearure is the :

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35. The papillary layers attaches what two layers together:

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36. The structure that contracts to cause "goose bumps" is the:

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37. The type tissue making up the bulk of the dermis is :

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38. Two types of glands found in the skin are the _____and _______glands.

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39. When you scratch your skin, what comes off as while flakes are mostly cells from what layer

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40. Which vitamin is synthesized in the skin?

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41. You can cut your hair without feeling pain because:

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42. One layer of the skin tends to thin with age. Which layer of the skin tends to thin with age. Which layer is it and what is the effect?

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43. Which environmental factors affect the aging and appearance of our skin as an adult?

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44.What is the functions of the skin :

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45. The outermost layer of the skin is composed of which type of tissue?

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46. The protein that provides a water repellant and toughening quality to the skin is/are:

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47. The three major layers of the skin are:

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48. What structures are made of the skin (they are found with in the integumentary system) ?

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49. describe melanocytes?

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50. The control center of the cell is the _________.

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51. In which of the following tissue types might you expect to find goblet cells?

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52. Epithelial tissues are classified by

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53. What type of connective tissue prevents muscles from pulling away from bones during contractions?

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54. An epithelium "build" to withstand friction is:

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55. What type of connective tissue acts as a sponge, soaking up fluid when edema occurs?

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56. _________receive and conduct electrochemical impulses from one part of the body to another.

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57. _______consists of one or more cells that make and secrete a particular product.

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58. ________is reduction in size or washing away of an organ or cell resulting from disease or lack of use.

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59.________attach skeletal muscles to bone.

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60. _________attach bone to bone

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61. _________glands secrete hormones directly into the bloodstream.

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62. _________glands secrete substances into cavities and the body surface.

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63. list the types of cartilage

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64. lists functions of epithelial tissues

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65. A ______ is a group of cells similar in structure and performing a common function.

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66._________junctions are made of membrane proteins that fuse adjacent cells together.

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67. ___________are anchoring junctions that keeps adjacent cells from separating.

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68. __________are communicating junctions connecting cytoplasm of adjacent cells.

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69.___________connects epithelial tissue to underlying tissues.

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70. The movement of substances across the cell membrane from the cell membrane from a higher concentration to a lower concentration is called________.

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71. The movement of substance across the cell membrane from a higher concentration to a lower concentration with the help proteins is called _______.

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72. The diffusion of water is called _________.

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73. The movement of substances across the cell membrane from a lower concentration to a higher concentration is called _________.

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74. The term that means " cell eating " is _________.

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75. The term that means " cell drinking " is ________.

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76. The type of muscle tissue which is under voluntary control is

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77. Which organelle are used in movement?

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78. A type of connective tissue which functions in insulation and protection is

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79. characteristics of epithelial tissues

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80. Cells placed in a hypertonic solution will

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81. list the types of connective tissue?

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82. The most abundant and widespread tissue type in the body is

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83. The surface of the skin is made of which kind of epithelium?

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84. what are the functions of the following organelles? mitochondria, ribosome, peroxisome, rough ER

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85. Chromatin is made of

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86. Exocytosis is a process by which

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87. The function of proteins in the plasma membrane are?

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88. Smooth muscle is found where?

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89. The organelle on which ribosomes are made is the

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90. ________is the process that requires ATP to take in or engulf extracellular substances

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91. Chromatin is made of

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92. describe the types of membrane transport

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93. Connective tissue is normally well vascularized and contains a type of cell product called product called the _______which is secreted by cells within the tissue.

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94. Simple squamous epithelia locations in the body?

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95. The type of tissue characterized by intercalated discs, branch , uninucleate cells is

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96. The organelle on which ribosomes are made is the

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97. The most abundant and widespread tissue type in the body is

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98. Blood is classified as a type of ________tissue.

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99. The liquid portion of a cell is called

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100. There are 206 bones in the skeleton.

True

101. The skull, in the correct use of the term, includes the cranial and the facial bones.

True

102. The cervical vertebrae are the smallest vertebrae.

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103. The sternum, or breastbone, develops in three parts: the manubrium, the gladiolus, the gladiolus, and the xiphoid process

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104. There are twelve pairs of ribs.

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105. The largest and longest bone of the upper arm is the radius.

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106. The ulna is the larger, medial bone of the forearm.

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107. The radius is the the shorter, lateral bone of the forearm.

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108. In the anatomic position, the ulna is medial to the radius

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109. A disorder of the skeletal system characterized by a decrease in bone mass with accompanying increased susceptibility to the bone fractures is called __________.

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110. Large cells, present in the cavities of bone, that function in the reabsorption of bone are known as ______.

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111. The largest of the sesamoid bones is the kneecap, known as the ___________.

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112. The only bone in the body that does not articulate with any other bones, but is suspended by ligaments from the styloid process of the temporal bone, is the ________.

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113. The first cervical vertebra, which supports the head , is called the ___________.

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114. The breaking of bone or associated cartilage is known as (a) __________.

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115. The accentuated outward curvature of the thoracic vertebrae (hunchback) is known as ______.

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116. The accentuated inward curvature of the lumbar vertebrae (swayback) is known as _________.

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117. An abnormal lateral curvature of the spine, occurring most often in the thoracic region, is known as ________.

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118. The first seven pairs of the ribs, which connect with the thoracic vertebrae in the back and with the sternum in the front, are called the ________.

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119. Ribs pairs 8,9, and 10, which connect with the thoracic vertebrae in the back but do not join directly with the sternum in the front, are called the ________.

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120. Ribs pairs 11 and 12, which connect with the thoracic vertebrae in the back but do not attach at all anteriorly, are called the _________.

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121. Tough connective tissue structures that attach bones are called __________.

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122. The connective tissue bands that attach muscle to bone are called _________.

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123. The formation of bone is called _______.

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124. If a bone's length exceeds its width, it is classified as a classified as a ______.

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125.Bones that lack a long axis and have a somewhat irregular shape are known as _______.

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126. Bones usually curved and found wherever there is a need for extensive muscle attachment or protection for soft or vital parts of the body, are called_________.

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127. Small,rounded bones enclosed in tendons and fascial tissue and located adjacent to joints are called _______.

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128. The second cervical vertebra, which acts as the pivot on which the atlas and head rotate, is known as the

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129. In compact bone, concentric rings of bone are called _______.

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130. Which of the following types of bone has a sponge-like appearance with a meshwork of interconnecting bone?

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131. Which of the following is true of yellow bone marrow?

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132. Which of the following is NOT correct for the femur?

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133. The ___________bone is the single bone that forms the forehead, the roof of the nasal cavity, and the orbits ( the bony sockets that contain the eyes).

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134.The _______ bone forms the back and base of the cranium.

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135. The _____ bones are two very small, thin bones that make up part of the orbit at the inner angle of the eye.

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136.The ______bones form the prominence of the cheek.

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137. The ______ is the expand prominence of the upper hip bone.

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138. A depression in a bone is called a _________.

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139. The breastbone is also known as the ________.

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140.The collar bone is also known as the _________.

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141. The heel bone is also known as the ________.

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142. The shoulder blade is also known as the ______.

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143. The "soft spot" on the top of a baby's skull is known as a __________.

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144. The two _________bones form the upper sides and roof of the cranium.

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145. The inferior portion of the occipital bone has a large opening called the __________ through which the spinal cord connects with the brain.

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146. The single ________bone,the lightest of the cranial bones, is the principal supporting structure of the nasal cavities and helps form part of the orbits.

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147.The two_______ bones are thin and delicate bones that join in a suture to form the bridge of the nose.

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148. The _______bone compose the upper jaw.

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149. The single _________bone makes up the lower jaw.

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