• Unit 4 Study Guide Anatomy and Physiology
    characteristics are: covers the entire body, accounts for about 7% of total body weight, pliable, yet durable, thickness: 1.5 to 4.0 mm, composed of the epidermis and dermis. 2. Describe and give at least one example of each of the functions of the integumentary system. Protection – 3 different barriers: Chemical...
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  • Observation
    Integument is skin  Skin and its appendages make up the integumentary system  A fatty layer (hypodermis) lies deep to it  Two distinct regions • Epidermis • Dermis Functions of skin  Protection • Cushions and insulates and is waterproof • Protects from chemicals, heat, cold, bacteria • Screens...
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  • One Tow
    |Description of Structural Features |Function | |Upper epidermis | | | |Cuticle...
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  • Leaf
    blade of the leaf has some complexity, and it is normally flat and thin. The blade is made up of the epidermis, guard cells (located in the epidermis), water pores, mesophyll, and veins. The epidermis is the blade’s skin, in which it protects the leaf, and it also keeps the leaf from losing more water...
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  • Tmader
    response (specialized nerve cells sense and relay info to the brain) • formation of vitamin D (formed by ultraviolet light in fat molecules in your epidermis) • maintaining body temperature ( blood vessels in the skin can help to hold or release heat maintaining a constant temperature) • waste...
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  • Skin Cells
    7 External links [edit] Layers Skin is composed of the epidermis and the dermis. Below these layers lies the hypodermis(subcutaneous adipose layer), which is not usually classified as a layer of skin. The outermost epidermis is consists of stratified squamous epithelium with an underlying...
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  • Porcine Skin
    which use porcine skin as the model.28–31 Most of these studies use the stratum corneum layer of the skin, and some look deeper into viable part of epidermis and dermis. While morphological and functional similarities between porcine and human skin have been reported,14,15 there are no prior reports of...
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  • Integumentary system notes
    ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY Lecture: Integumentary System Text Reference: Chapter 5 Skin Regions: (outer to inner) – Epidermis Dermis (Hypodermis) subcutaneous CT EPIDERMIS: keratinized stratified squamous epithelium Cells: Keratinocytes – arise in deepest layer, lost at surface ...
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  • Botany Final Review
    (in corners of xylem’s X shape) Pericycle Endodermis Cortex Epidermis | Vascular cylinderInterior to exterior: Pith Xylem Phloem Endodermis Epidermis | Stems | Vascular bundles arranged around interior of epidermis in cirle formation, xylem toward outsidePith in middleSecondary growth...
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  • How to Adjust Polar Orifices
    and muscle, code as follows: • 11043, Debridement, muscle and/or fascia (includes epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous tissue); first 20 sq cm • 11046, Debridement, muscle and/or fascia (includes epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous tissue); each additional 20 sq cm Active wound care management ...
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  • Chapter 5
    CHAPTER 5 Answers to “What Did You Learn?” 1. The two major layers of the integument are the epidermis and the dermis. The epidermis is a stratified squamous epithelium, and the dermis is composed of dense irregular connective tissue. 2. Vitamin D (cholecalciferol) is synthesized from a sterol...
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  • Osmosis
    distilled water Epidermis 1 m sucrose solution Microscope 2 teat pipettes 2 slides and cover slips filter paper scalpel and forceps Method Remove a strip of epidermis from the inner surface of one of the fleshy storage leaves of the onion bulb. The epidermis can be removed by...
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  • Pine Apple Soap
    sad. The skin is composed of three layers: the epidermis, the dermis, and the fatty layer. Here, we are primarily concerned with the epidermis, for that is where healing soaps do their work. New skin cells form and rise from the bottom of the epidermis; at the top, old cells slough off. The life cycle...
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  • Scott Bowling Notes
    produces “primary” tissues that are partially differentiated • ground meristem – produces ground tissue • protoderm – produces epidermis • procambium – produces primary vascular tissue D. secondary growth 1. initiated by lateral meristems – internal meristematic...
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  • Introduction to the Human Body
    textbook. Matching: Skin Epidermis: Thin outer layer of the skin Dermis: Layer that sits on the hypodermis and supports the epidermis Keratin: A protein that flattens, hardens, and makes the skin water resistant Subcutaneous Layer: A layer of insulation Epidermis: Contains the stratum germinativum...
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  • Burn
    burn * Limited to the epidermis * Presents with erythema and minimal swelling * Mild discomfort * Commonly treated on outpatient basis B. Superficial partial-thickness burns Second Degree Burn * Superficial 2nd degree burns * Involves the epidermis and superficial portion of...
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  • Unknown Lab Report
    Oxidase Test. The microbes that were tested during this lab were: Escherichia coli, Bacillus cereus, the unknown, Proteus vulgaris, Staphylococcus epidermis, Enterobacter aerogenes, the control, and Pseudomonas fluorescens. The microbes tested during these various tests were looking for which would: ...
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  • Biology 35 Ib Notes
    Leaf Tissue: - Upper and Lower Epidermal ells tightly interlocked - Waxy Cuticle acts as water barrier, conserving water - Guard Cells (lower epidermis) controls opening and closing of stomata; allow for gas exchange - Palisade Membrane contains cholorplast; specialized for light absorption and...
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  • Effect of Spices and Herbs on Inhibiting Bacteria Growth
    inhibition in the Staphylococcus epidermis covered nutrient agar? Hypothesis: If 3 teaspoons of chopped cinnamon, cloves, mustard, ginger, and garlic steep in half a cup of boiling water for 15 hours and then placed in nutrient agar covered with Staphylococcus epidermis (gram positive) bacteria for 24...
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  • Important Definatios
    types. Plant Tissue Systems Plant tissue systems include: Dermal Tissue System The dermal tissue system consists of the epidermis and the periderm. The epidermis is a single layer of closely packed cells. It both covers and protects the plant. It can be thought of as the plant's "skin." Depending...
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