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Integumentary System AST chapter 5

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What kind of membrane is Pleura
Serous
What kind of membrane lines joint spaces
synovial
what kind of membrane lines respiratory tract
mucous
what kind of membrane is skin
cutaneous
what kind of membrane is the peritoneum
serous
what kind of membrane contains no epithelium
synovial
what kind of membrane lines the urinary tract
mucous
what kind of membrane lines body surfaes that open directly to the exterior
mucous
the skin is the primary organ
integumentary system
outermost layer of skin
epidermis
deeper of the two layers of skin
dermis
allows for rapid absorption of injected material
subcutaneous
composed of dermis and epidermis
cutaneous membrane
protective protein
keratin
brown pigment
melanin
outer layer of epidermis
stratum corneum
parallel rows of tiny bumps
demal papillae
bule gray color of skin resulting in decrease in oxygen
cyanosis
the dermis is the
deeper layer of the skin
one of natures most unique proteins provides cells with an abrasion resistant and protective quality it is known as
keratin
the dermal papilla is nourished by the
dermal blood vessel
Krauses end bulbs detect sensation of
touch
the little moon of your nail bed is
the lunula
which sweat glands are the most numerous and are, with few exceptions, distributed over the total body surface
eccrine
Because it prevents drying and cracking, this secretion is sometimes referred to as natures skin cream
sebum
the hair of a newborn is called
lanugo
meissners corpuscle is generally located rather close to the skins surface and is capable of detecting sensations of
light touch
which sweat glands are found primarily in the axilla and in the pigmented skin
apocrine
CLGSB
corneum lucidium granulosm spinosm basale