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Krystal David 3/12/17 Professor Jedlicka BIOS195 A. Skin Layers and Structures Write the name of the skin layer or structure that fits the description. Stratum Basal 1.Layer of epidermis where there is the most rapid cell division. Stratum Corneum 2.Tough, water-repellent epidermal layer; contains dead squamous-shaped cells. Papillary Region 3.Areolar connective tissue layer beneath basement membrane. Dermal Papillae 4.Projections of dermis that cause epidermal ridges. Lucidum 5.Translucent layer found in thick skin, absent in thin skin. Stratum Spinosum 6.Appears to have thorn-like projections in prepared slides. Reticular Region 7.Thick dermal layer containing dense, irregular connective tissue. Stratum Granulosum 8.Epidermal layer containing visible granules. Stratum Basale 9.Epidermal layer with stem cells. Superficial dermis 10.Dermal layer with hair follicles and glands. B. Cells of the Epidermis Write the name of the epidermal cell type that fits the description. Langerhans 1.Defends skin against microbes. Keratinocytes
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