5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Peritoneum .
- Sebaceous gland
- Sudoriferous (sweat) gland:
- Serous fluid
- a the deep layer of the skin; composed of dense, irregular connective tissue
- b the glands that produce a saline solution called sweat.
- c glands that empty their sebum secretion into hair follicles.
- d the serous membrane lining the interior of the abdominal cavity and covering the surfaces of the abdominal organs.
- e a clear, watery fluid secreted by the cells of a serous membrane.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Cells that produce melanin.
- the deepest cell layer of the epidermis, lies closest to the dermis and is connected to it along a wavy borderline that resembles corrugated cardboard.
- Sweat glands in the pubic and underarm areas that secrete thicker sweat, that produce odor. (secretions contain water, salts, fatty acids, and proteins)
- the oily secretion of sebaceous glands.
- glands that have ducts through which their secretions are carried to a body surface (skin or mucosa)
5 True/False questions
Eccrine gland → found all over the body, they produce sweat, important in part of the body's heat-regulating equipment. Supplied with nerve endings that cause them to secrete sweat when the external temperature or body temperature is high.
Synovial membrane → membrane that lines a cavity without an opening to the outside of the body (except for joint cavities, which have a synovial membrane); serosa.
Integumentary system → Cells that produce melanin.
Stratum corneum → the deepest cell layer of the epidermis, lies closest to the dermis and is connected to it along a wavy borderline that resembles corrugated cardboard.
Keratin → a tough, insoluble protein found in tissues such as hair, nails, and epidermis of the skin.