The Integumentary System: Anatomy and Physiology Questions and Answers

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Human Anatomy & Physiology, 7e (Marieb)
Chapter 5 The Integumentary System
MATCHING QUESTIONS

Figure 5.1

Using Figure 5.1, match the following:
1)

Area that produces the hair.
Answer:

D
Diff: 2

Page Ref: 160; Fig. 5.5

2)

Composes the root sheath of the hair follicle.
Answer:

C
Diff: 2

Page Ref: 160; Fig. 5.5

3)

Only dermal part of the hair.
Answer:

E
Diff: 2

Page Ref: 160; Fig. 5.5

4)

Contains the medulla.
Answer:

A
Diff: 2

Page Ref: 160; Fig. 5.5

5)

Thick basement membrane.
Answer:

B
Diff: 2

Page Ref: 160; Fig. 5.5

6)

Contains capillaries that supply nutrients to the hair.
Answer:

E
Diff: 2

Page Ref: 160; Fig. 5.5

7)

This structure hardens to become the hair shaft.
Answer:

A
Diff: 2

Page Ref: 160; Fig. 5.5

Figure 5.2

Using Figure 5.2, match the following:
8)

Sit e of the dermal ridges that produce epidermal ridges on the epidermal surfaces of the fingers. Answer:

E
Diff: 1

Page Ref: 155; Fig. 5.1

9)

Responsible for shock absorption and located in the hypodermis. Answer:

B
Diff: 1

Page Ref: 152; Fig. 5.1

10)

Pulls the hair follicle into an upright position.
Answer:

A
Diff: 1

Page Ref: 162; Fig. 5.1

11)

Sudoriferous gland.
Answer:

C
Diff: 1

Page Ref: 158; Fig. 5.1

12)

Dense irregular connective tissue.
Answer:

D
Diff: 1

Page Ref: 155; Fig. 5.1

13)

Region that thickens markedly when one gains weight.
Answer:

B
Diff: 1

Page Ref: 152: Fig. 5.1

14)

Pain receptors are found here.
Answer:

E
Diff: 1

Page Ref: 155; Fig. 5.1

Match the following:
15)

The most abundant cells of the epidermis.

A)

Keratinocytes

Answer:

A

B)

Vitamin D
Diff: 1

Page Ref: 152

C)

Keratin
16)

Must be activated in the skin in order to enhance calcium metabolism.

Answer:

B
Diff: 1

Page Ref: 165

17)

The protein found in the epidermis that is responsible for toughening the skin. Answer:

C
Diff: 1

Page Ref: 152, 155

Match the following:
18)

The layer of the epidermis where the cells are considered protective but nonviable.

A)

Sudoriferous glands

Answer:

D

B) Stratum basale
Diff: 1

Page Ref: 155

C) Vellus
19)

The glands that serve an important function in thermoregulation.

D) Stratum corneum

Answer:

A
Diff: 1

Page Ref: 158

20)

The layer that contains the mitotic viable cells of the epidermis. Answer:

B
Diff: 2

Page Ref: 154

21)

Hair that lacks pigment and is often called "immature hair." Answer:

C
Diff: 1

Page Ref: 162

TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS
1)

The apocrine sweat glands are fairly unimportant in thermoregulation. Answer:

True

False
Diff: 1

Page Ref: 158

2)

Skin surface markings that reflect points of tight dermal attachment to underlying tissues are called epidermal ridges. Answer:

True

False
Diff: 1

Page Ref: 155

3)

The dense fibrous connective tissue portion of the skin is located in the reticular region of the dermis. Answer:

True

False
Diff: 1

Page Ref: 155

4)

The outermost sheath of a hair follicle is the connective tissue root sheath. Answer:

True

False
Diff: 1

Page Ref: 160

5)

The protein found in large amounts in the outermost layer of epidermal cells is collagen. Answer:

True

False
Diff: 1

Page Ref: 152

6)

Joe just burned himself on a hot pot. A blister forms and the burn is painful. Joe's burn would best be described as a third-degree burn. Answer:
True

False
Diff: 2

Page Ref: 167

7)

Destruction of the matrix of the hair bulb would result...
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