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Physiology: Tissues and Integumentary System
The discipline dealing with the study…
High blood pressure damaging the linin…
What is the primary reason internal ho…
The inner layer of the skin, the dermi…
physiology
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Wide swings in the internal environment interfere with normal…
connective tissue
The discipline dealing with the study…
physiology
High blood pressure damaging the linin…
positive feedback
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anatomy & physiology integumentary system
What is a body membrane?
Cutaneous membrane- ... Tissue type?
Cutaneous membrane- ... location?
Cutaneous membrane- ... function
cover body surfaces, lines cavities and form protective sheet…
epithelial epidermis and connective tissue dermis ... (dense fib…
exterior surface of body (skin)
covers body and protects deeper tissues
What is a body membrane?
cover body surfaces, lines cavities and form protective sheet…
Cutaneous membrane- ... Tissue type?
epithelial epidermis and connective tissue dermis ... (dense fib…
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Anatomy and Physiology- Integumentary System
What is the homeostatic purpose of arr…
What does arrectorpili do?
How many hairs grow per day on average?
How long does hair grow? How long does…
Defense mechanism to keep us warm by trapping a 'layer' of he…
involuntarily makes hair stand on end.
20-100 Hairs
2-6 years growing; rests for 2-3 months.
What is the homeostatic purpose of arr…
Defense mechanism to keep us warm by trapping a 'layer' of he…
What does arrectorpili do?
involuntarily makes hair stand on end.
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Anatomy & Physiology: The Integumentary System
Hypodermis
Epidermis
Protein
Melanin
What is another name for the subcutaneous layer?
This layer of the skin composed of keratinized stratified squ…
Keratin is a ?
This pigment secreted by specialized cells in the skin is cap…
Hypodermis
What is another name for the subcutaneous layer?
Epidermis
This layer of the skin composed of keratinized stratified squ…
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Anatomy and Physiology Saladin: Integumentary System
What cells make up the Epidermis layer?
List the layers of the epidermis (supe…
If the epidermis lacks blood cells, ho…
What sensations does the dermal papill…
Keratinocytes - majority of epidermal cells.
1. Stratum Corneum ... 2. Stratum lucidum ... 3. Stratum granulosum…
Diffusion of nutrients from the underlying connective tissue.
That detect warmth, coolness, pain tickling, and itching.
What cells make up the Epidermis layer?
Keratinocytes - majority of epidermal cells.
List the layers of the epidermis (supe…
1. Stratum Corneum ... 2. Stratum lucidum ... 3. Stratum granulosum…
Anatomy&physiology the integumentary system
Does the epidermis contain blood vesse…
What is the stratum lucidum?
How many layers are there in the strat…
What does the dry, dead layer of strat…
No
The 5th layer of the epidermis
15-30
The penetration of microbes and the dehydration of underlying…
Does the epidermis contain blood vesse…
No
What is the stratum lucidum?
The 5th layer of the epidermis
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Physiology Integumentary System Test
Skeletal
Muscular
Integumentary
Cardiovascular
Bones
Muscles
Skin
Heart
Skeletal
Bones
Muscular
Muscles
Anatomy and Physiology of the Integumentary System
skin
epidermis
basal layer
dermis
composed of two layers- dermis and epidermis
composed of stratified squamous epithelium
deepest layer in epidermis
middle layer of skin; called corium
skin
composed of two layers- dermis and epidermis
epidermis
composed of stratified squamous epithelium
Anatomy and Physiology of the Integumentary System
Integumentary System
Skin
Sensory Receptors
Sweat glands
the skin and its accessory organs---sweat glands, sebaceous g…
largest organ of the body, primary function is protection, fo…
detect temperature, pain, touch, and pressure and are located…
assist the body in maintaining its internal temperature by cr…
Integumentary System
the skin and its accessory organs---sweat glands, sebaceous g…
Skin
largest organ of the body, primary function is protection, fo…
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Physiology: PART 3-The Integumentary System
skin
layers of skin
hypodermis
epidermis
- *the body's largest organ; surface organ which protects the…
- the epidermis (above), dermis (above), and hypodermis.
- the deepest skin layer consisting of mainly adipose tissue,…
- *the outermost layer of skin; avascular...
skin
- *the body's largest organ; surface organ which protects the…
layers of skin
- the epidermis (above), dermis (above), and hypodermis.
Anatomy and Physiology The Integumentary System
Functions of skin
Protective elements of skin
Thermoregulation
Vitamin D synthesis
Protection, Thermoregulation, Cutaneous Sensation, Vitamin D…
Keratin, Lipids, Glandular Secretions, Melanin
Controls internal temp
You need Vitamin D to absorb calcium
Functions of skin
Protection, Thermoregulation, Cutaneous Sensation, Vitamin D…
Protective elements of skin
Keratin, Lipids, Glandular Secretions, Melanin
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Anatomy and Physiology: The Integumentary System
Two structures associated with the hai…
Cell types of epidermis
Organ system composed of skin, hair, a…
Function of nails
Sebaceous gland and arrector pili muscle
Squamous and basal
Integumentary
Protection of tips of fingers and toes, scratching
Two structures associated with the hai…
Sebaceous gland and arrector pili muscle
Cell types of epidermis
Squamous and basal
Integumentary System - Physiology Test
Melanocytes
Langerhans
Merkel
Thick
About 8% of the epidermal cells are...
Cells that help with immune responses...
Cells that help to conduct nerve impulses...
Skin at the palms, soles, and fingertips...
Melanocytes
About 8% of the epidermal cells are...
Langerhans
Cells that help with immune responses...
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Anatomy and Physiology [Integumentary System]
Integumentary system
Epidermis
Dermis
SC (Hypodermis)
Protects the body against heat, cold, light, dehydration, and…
Produces new skin cells
Contains collagen and supports blood vessels, glands, and ner…
Stores fat that insulates the body
Integumentary system
Protects the body against heat, cold, light, dehydration, and…
Epidermis
Produces new skin cells
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Anatomy & Physiology Integumentary system
Why is skin important?
Why is skin considered an organ?
What are the 2 tissues skin consist of?
What kind of tissue is the epidermis ?
protects the body from UV radiation, dehydration and pathogens
because it consist of 2 tissues
epidermis and dermis
epithelial tissue
Why is skin important?
protects the body from UV radiation, dehydration and pathogens
Why is skin considered an organ?
because it consist of 2 tissues
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Physiology Integumentary System Quiz
Powerpoint Notes
Skin
Consists of three major regions
Epidermis
...
(Integument)
Epidermis—superficial region... Dermis—middle region... Hypodermis…
—superficial region
Powerpoint Notes
...
Skin
(Integument)
anatomy and physiology/ Integumentary system
Integumentary system
What kind of tissue is the epidermis
What kind of tissue is the dermis?
Which portion of the skin contains blo…
skin, hair, nails, sweet glands
Stratified squamous epithelial tissue
Dense connective tissue
epidermis
Integumentary system
skin, hair, nails, sweet glands
What kind of tissue is the epidermis
Stratified squamous epithelial tissue
Physiology Test Integumentary System
Simple Columnar
Simple Columnar
Fibroblasts/cytes
Simple Cuboidal
found in respiratory and digestive tract. may have cilia and…
found in connective tissue and produces protein fibers such a…
found in loose connective tissue such as adipose, areolar and…
found lining ducts, tubes and outside of ovary.
Simple Columnar
found in respiratory and digestive tract. may have cilia and…
Simple Columnar
found in connective tissue and produces protein fibers such a…
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Integumentary System; Physiology II
The outer layer of the skin
The inner layer of the skin
The masses of connective tissue beneat…
The cells of the skin that reproduce a…
epidermis
dermis
subcutaneous layer
stratum basale
The outer layer of the skin
epidermis
The inner layer of the skin
dermis
Physiology: Integumentary System
What are the functions of the integume…
How does the skin protect the body (4…
Loss of skin tissues lead to.....(2 th…
What occurs when the skin loses fluid?
Protection, Production of vitamin D, Temperature regulation,…
Protects underlying structures from abrasions ... Protection fro…
infection and fluid loss
Blood pressure is lowered
What are the functions of the integume…
Protection, Production of vitamin D, Temperature regulation,…
How does the skin protect the body (4…
Protects underlying structures from abrasions ... Protection fro…
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Anatomy and Physiology: Integumentary System
Simple squamous
Stratified squamous
Simple cuboidal
Stratified cuboidal
one layer
multiple layers
one layer of cube-shaped cells
two or more layers of cube-shaped cells
Simple squamous
one layer
Stratified squamous
multiple layers
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Anatomy & Physiology Integumentary System
epidermis
dermis
hypodermis
keratinocytes
the top layer of skin that is heavily keratinized , avascular…
second layer of skin that is composed of connective tissue an…
third layer of skin that serves as a connection point for the…
create keratin, which hardens and waterproofs the epidermal l…
epidermis
the top layer of skin that is heavily keratinized , avascular…
dermis
second layer of skin that is composed of connective tissue an…
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Anatomy/Physiology Integumentary System
What are the three types of epithelial…
Do epithelial membranes only contain e…
Cutaneous membranes are also known as
What is the main function of cutaneous…
Cutaneous, mucous, serous
No, various connective tissues
Skin or integument
Protects from mechanical, chemical, bacterial, UV radiation,…
What are the three types of epithelial…
Cutaneous, mucous, serous
Do epithelial membranes only contain e…
No, various connective tissues
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Anatomy & Physiology: Integumentary System
what does the Integumentary system con…
What is the origin of the Integumentar…
What is the largest organ in the human…
What are the functions of the Integume…
Skin, Hair, Nails
Ectoderm
Skin
protection, vitamin D, excrete, secrete, communication, synth…
what does the Integumentary system con…
Skin, Hair, Nails
What is the origin of the Integumentar…
Ectoderm
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Human Physiology (Integumentary System)
What are 4 major functions of the skin?
How does the skin protect us?
Describe the structure of the epidermis.
How does the dermis differ from the ep…
1. Protection... 2. Aids in body heat loss/gain... 3. Aids in excre…
-Mechanical Damage... -Chemical Damage... -Bacterial Damage... -Heat/C…
Keratinized- heavy deposits of a protein... -Stratified Squamous…
Epidermis has no blood supply, no nerves, and has 5 layers... De…
What are 4 major functions of the skin?
1. Protection... 2. Aids in body heat loss/gain... 3. Aids in excre…
How does the skin protect us?
-Mechanical Damage... -Chemical Damage... -Bacterial Damage... -Heat/C…
36 terms
integumentary system Physiology final
accessory organs in integumentary?
5 functions of integumentary
most superficial layer of skin?
what composes the epidermis?
nails, hair, glands, sensory receptors
Protective covering, ... Regulation of body temperature, ... Housin…
epidermis
keratinized stratified squamous epithelium
accessory organs in integumentary?
nails, hair, glands, sensory receptors
5 functions of integumentary
Protective covering, ... Regulation of body temperature, ... Housin…
Physiology- integumentary system
The outer layer of skin is named the__…
The ____ is the thicker layer of skin?
The ____ layer has the most sensory re…
Which layer of the epidermis is most s…
Epidermis, epithelium
Dermis
Dermis
Stratum corneum
The outer layer of skin is named the__…
Epidermis, epithelium
The ____ is the thicker layer of skin?
Dermis
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Anatomy and Physiology - The Integumentary System
Five General Functions of the Integument
Protection
Temperature Maintenance
Synthesis and Storage of Nutrients
Protection... Temperature maintenance ... Synthesis and storage of…
Skin Covers underlying tissues and prevents fluid loss
Skin regulates heat exchange with the environment
Epidermis synthesizes vitamin D3 (sunlight) and dermis stores…
Five General Functions of the Integument
Protection... Temperature maintenance ... Synthesis and storage of…
Protection
Skin Covers underlying tissues and prevents fluid loss
Anatomy and physiology: integumentary system
What are the 3 parts of the integument…
What are the functions of the integume…
List the layers of skin from the inner…
What are melanin and carotene?
Hair, skin, and nails
Protects body, maintains body temperatures, eliminates wastes…
Hypodermis or subcutaneous layer, dermis, epidermis
Melanin is darker skin and carotene is pigmentation
What are the 3 parts of the integument…
Hair, skin, and nails
What are the functions of the integume…
Protects body, maintains body temperatures, eliminates wastes…
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Physiology Chapter 5: Integumentary System
Integumentary System
Cutaneous Membrane
Functions of the Skin
3 Layers of the Skin
organ system comprised of many organs such as hair, nails, gl…
another name for the integument; covers the outer surface of…
protection, regulation of body temperature, sensory perceptio…
epidermis, dermis, subcutaneous
Integumentary System
organ system comprised of many organs such as hair, nails, gl…
Cutaneous Membrane
another name for the integument; covers the outer surface of…
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Physiology Chapter 5 Integumentary System
Organs of the integumentary system
Cutaneous Membrane
Function of Skin
Epidermis
Skin (accessory structures), blood vessels, muscles, and nerv…
Covers outer surface of body and is the largest organ
- Protection... -Regulation of body temperature... -Sensory percept…
Thin outer layer of skin?
Organs of the integumentary system
Skin (accessory structures), blood vessels, muscles, and nerv…
Cutaneous Membrane
Covers outer surface of body and is the largest organ
Anatomy and Physiology; Integumentary System
What are the functions of body membran…
What are the epithelial membranes?
What is cutaneous membrane (skin)?
What is the locations of Mucous?
they cover body surfaces, line body cavities, and form protec…
cutaneous, mucous, and serous
dry skin that acts as a protective boundary
mouth, esophagus, digestive tract, lamina propria, and lines…
What are the functions of body membran…
they cover body surfaces, line body cavities, and form protec…
What are the epithelial membranes?
cutaneous, mucous, and serous
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Anatomy and Physiology - Integumentary System
Keratinocytes
Layers of the Epidermis
Stratum Corneum
Stratum Lucidum
Keratin cells that produce keratin
Come, Lets get sunburned (IN ORDER FROM OUTER TO INNER)... Strat…
(Horny Layer) 20-3 layers thick
(Clear Layer) thin layer - dead keratinocytes
Keratinocytes
Keratin cells that produce keratin
Layers of the Epidermis
Come, Lets get sunburned (IN ORDER FROM OUTER TO INNER)... Strat…
Anatomy and Physiology of the Integumentary System
What are the accessory organs of the s…
What is the skin also referred to as?
What is the largest organ in the body?
Functions of the skin
sweat glands... sebaceous glands... hair... nails
integument or cutaneous membrane
skin; weighing 20 pounds or more in an adult
protection... housing nerve receptors... secreting fluids... regulatin…
What are the accessory organs of the s…
sweat glands... sebaceous glands... hair... nails
What is the skin also referred to as?
integument or cutaneous membrane
Anatomy and Physiology: The Integumentary System
Jaundice
Cyanotic
Erythema
Pallor
Gives yellowish appearance to skin and white of eyes; indicat…
Bluish appearance of skin; due to blood not picking up adequa…
Redness of skin; caused by engorgement of capillaries in the…
Paleness of skin; occur because of shock or anemia
Jaundice
Gives yellowish appearance to skin and white of eyes; indicat…
Cyanotic
Bluish appearance of skin; due to blood not picking up adequa…
Anatomy and Physiology: Integumentary System
The epidermis is connected to the derm…
The basement membrane is made up of?
What is in the dermis?
What is the Meissner's corpuscle?
Basement Membrane
Connective Tissue
hair follicles, nerve endings, arteries, veins, meissner's co…
high in the dermis, light touch
The epidermis is connected to the derm…
Basement Membrane
The basement membrane is made up of?
Connective Tissue
Anatomy & Physiology Integumentary System
The hypodermis is between the dermis a…
Inflammation
Removing excess Heat
Basal
Which of the following is not correct concerning the skin?
What occurs during the first stage of skin repair after injury?
Which of the following is not a function of your hair?
The deepest cell of the epidermis makeup the stratum
The hypodermis is between the dermis a…
Which of the following is not correct concerning the skin?
Inflammation
What occurs during the first stage of skin repair after injury?
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Anatomy and Physiology: The Integumentary System
Dermis
How do nutrients reach the epidermis?
What are some synonyms for hypodermis?
What are the functions of the hypoderm…
-tough, leathery layer composed of fibrous connective tissue…
by diffusing through the tissue fluid from blood vessels in t…
subcutaneous, superficial facia
-stores fat... -hypodermis anchors the skin to the underlying st…
Dermis
-tough, leathery layer composed of fibrous connective tissue…
How do nutrients reach the epidermis?
by diffusing through the tissue fluid from blood vessels in t…
53 terms
Anatomy and physiology integumentary system
Function of integumentary sytem
What is the integumentary system compo…
What type of tissue is found in the ep…
What type of tissue is found in the de…
-maintain body temp... -protect ... -provide sensory information
Skin... Hair... Oil/sweat glands... Nails... Sensory receptors
A vascular keratinized stratified squamous epithelium
Vascular dense irregular connective tissue
Function of integumentary sytem
-maintain body temp... -protect ... -provide sensory information
What is the integumentary system compo…
Skin... Hair... Oil/sweat glands... Nails... Sensory receptors
Anatomy and Physiology - Integumentary System
The main organ of the integumentary sy…
Which one of the three layers (epiderm…
The dermis has two main layers. Which…
What is the most common connective tis…
Hair, nails and glands
The hypodermis
the papillary layer
dense irregular connective tissue.
The main organ of the integumentary sy…
Hair, nails and glands
Which one of the three layers (epiderm…
The hypodermis
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Anatomy and Physiology - integumentary system
name the layers of the epidermis from…
is the epidermise vascular or avascular?
what is the thickest layer in thin skin?
what is the thickest layer in skin/
-stratum corneum... -stratum lucidum... -startum granulosum ... -strat…
avascular
-stratum spinosum
stratum corneum
name the layers of the epidermis from…
-stratum corneum... -stratum lucidum... -startum granulosum ... -strat…
is the epidermise vascular or avascular?
avascular
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Integumentary System - Human Anatomy & Physiology
Integument
Integumentary System includes...
What are the levels of organizations f…
Organ
a tough outer protective layer
skin+ derivatives... i.e. hair, oil and sweat glands, nails, an…
Tissue, Organ, System
made up of tissues
Integument
a tough outer protective layer
Integumentary System includes...
skin+ derivatives... i.e. hair, oil and sweat glands, nails, an…
25 terms
Physiology & Anatomy- Integumentary System
Integumentary System
Dermis
Epidermis
Hypodermis
hair, nails & skin which provide protection to internal organs
Layer of skin deep to the epidermis, composed of irregular ti…
Superficial layer of the skin; composed of keratinized strate…
Subcutaneous tissue deep to the skin; consists of adipose tis…
Integumentary System
hair, nails & skin which provide protection to internal organs
Dermis
Layer of skin deep to the epidermis, composed of irregular ti…
Anatomy and Physiology: The Integumentary System
5 main functions of the Integumentary…
The skin is composed of 3 layers
The integumentary system facts:
Accessory structures of the skin
Protection, Regulation, Sensation, Absorption, Secretion.
Epidermis, Dermis, Subcutaneous.
Weights 6 pounds. Covers about 3,000 square inches. The large…
Hair. Skin. Sebaceous Glands. Sudoriferous Glands
5 main functions of the Integumentary…
Protection, Regulation, Sensation, Absorption, Secretion.
The skin is composed of 3 layers
Epidermis, Dermis, Subcutaneous.
Anatomy and Physiology: The integumentary system
Biopsy
Comedo
Alopecia
Subungual Hematoma
An examination of tissue removed from a living body to discov…
Is a clogged hair follicle in the skin. Keratin combines with…
Hair loss, usually sudden
A condition in which there is bleeding under the fingernail o…
Biopsy
An examination of tissue removed from a living body to discov…
Comedo
Is a clogged hair follicle in the skin. Keratin combines with…
31 terms
Physiology Integumentary System
adipose tissue
basement membrane
blood
bone
fat. provides padding and energy storage
thin layer of fibrous proteins underneath the epithelial tissue
supplies essential nutrients to cells, such as amino acids, f…
Rigid organ that constitutes as part of the vertebral skeleto…
adipose tissue
fat. provides padding and energy storage
basement membrane
thin layer of fibrous proteins underneath the epithelial tissue
52 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Integumentary System
6 general functions of the integumenta…
List the layers of the epidermis in or…
Stratum germinativum
Stratum granulosm
Protection of underlying tissues and organs against impact,ab…
Stratum germanitivum... Stratum spinosum... Stratum granulosm... St…
Innermost epidermal layer contains calls undergoing division…
Contains 3 to 5 layers of keratinocytes-produce keratin
6 general functions of the integumenta…
Protection of underlying tissues and organs against impact,ab…
List the layers of the epidermis in or…
Stratum germanitivum... Stratum spinosum... Stratum granulosm... St…
31 terms
Anatomy and Physiology of the Integumentary System
keratin
Where does desquamation occur?
What is the outermost layer of the epi…
Which layer of the epidermis contains…
produced by keratinocytes... resist abrasion... reduce water loss
stratum corneum
stratum corneum
stratum lucidum
keratin
produced by keratinocytes... resist abrasion... reduce water loss
Where does desquamation occur?
stratum corneum
53 terms
Anatomy & Physiology- Integumentary System
What are the main parts of the integum…
What are the five functions of the skin?
What are the accessory organs of the s…
How does the skin cool the body?
skin, hair, and nails
protection, regulation of water loss, production of vitamin D…
hair and nails
sweat or dilation of blood vessels
What are the main parts of the integum…
skin, hair, and nails
What are the five functions of the skin?
protection, regulation of water loss, production of vitamin D…
Anatomy and Physiology: Integumentary System
Epidermis
Dermis
Dermoepidermal Junction
Hypodermis
Superficial layer
Connective tissue layer
Area where cells meet the connective tissue cells of dermis
Beneath the dermis, rich in fat and loose connective tissue
Epidermis
Superficial layer
Dermis
Connective tissue layer
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