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BIOL1334__31354ipod - 1) Langerhans cells are located in...

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1) Langerhans’ cells are located in which layer of the epidermis? a) Stratum basale b) Stratum corneum c) Stratum granulosum d) Stratum lucidum e) Stratum spinosum 2) Which type of gland of the skin plays a major role in regulating body temperature? a) Apocrine sweat gland b) Ceruminous gland c) Eccrine sweat gland d) Sebaceous gland 3) Which of the following is a function of the integumentary system? a) Vitamin D precursor production b) Absorption c) Excretion d) Both [a] and [c] 4) In the skin which cell type is the sensory receptor for touch? a) Langerhans’ cell b) Melanocyte c) Merkel cell d) Keratinocytes 5) The dermis is rich in blood vessels and nerve fibers. a) True b) False 6) The cell responsible for secreting the bone matrix is: a) chondrocyte b) osteoblast c) osteoclast d) osteocyte 7) Which hormone is important for bone growth during infancy and childhood? a) aldosterone b) calcitonin c) growth hormone d) parathyroid hormone 8) The marrow cavity within the bones are covered and lined by: a) endosteum b) lamellae c) periosteum d) trabeculae
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This note was uploaded on 10/23/2009 for the course BIO 1334 taught by Professor Wayne during the Fall '09 term at University of Houston.

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