Z331 Fall 2010 Ecampus Week 9 and 10 Integument Lecture 1 Intro and Epidermis Posted

Z331 Fall 2010 Ecampus Week 9 and 10 Integument Lecture 1 Intro and Epidermis Posted

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Weeks 9 and 10: Lecture 1: Chapter 5: The  Integumentary System: Introduction and  Epidermis
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Parts of the Integument I. Cutaneous  membrane  (skin) a) Epidermis b) Dermis II. Accessory  structures a) Hair b) Nails c) Glands Figure 5–1, 154; 5-12, 169
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Epidermis Dermis Hypodermis (subcutaneous  layer or superficial facia) Circulatory system Nervous system Figure 5–1, 154
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Hypodermis 1. Protection 1. Excretion   1. Thermoregulation 1. Synthesis 1. Sensation 1. Storage  Figure 5–1, 154
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1. Epithelial Tissues Epithelia:  layers of cells  covering internal  or external  surfaces permeability Glands:  structures that  produce  secretions 4-5, 115 Figure 4–6, 116
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Distribution of  epithelia in the  body Germann, 2 nd  ed., fig. 1.4 Silverthorn, 4 th  ed., fig. 3.24
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communicate with each other? Saladin, 4
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