4 answer lucidum topic types of skin matching choose

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Answer: lucidum Topic: TYPES OF SKIN MATCHING. Choose the item in Column 2 that best matches each item in Column 1 Match the epidermal cells in Column 1 with the characteristics and functions in Column 2. 52) Column 1: melanocytes Column 2: have cell processes that transfer pigment granules to keratinocytes Answer: have cell processes that transfer pigment granules to keratinocytes Topic: STRUCTURE OF THE SKIN 53) Column 1: Langerhans cells Column 2: produced in bone marrow; migrate to the epidermis, where they participate in the immune response Answer: produced in bone marrow; migrate to the epidermis, where they participate in the immune response Topic: STRUCTURE OF THE SKIN 54) Column 1: Merkel cells Column 2: respond to mechanical stimulation Answer: respond to mechanical stimulation Topic: STRUCTURE OF THE SKIN 55) Column 1: keratinocytes Column 2: produce protein keratin that provides protection from heat, microbes, and many chemicals Answer: produce protein keratin that provides protection from heat, microbes, and many chemicals Topic: STRUCTURE OF THE SKIN Match the names of epithelial layers of the epidermis in Column 1 with their characteristics in Column 2. 56) Column 1: stratum spinosum Column 2: 8-10 rows of many-sided keratinocytes held together by desmosomes Answer: 8-10 rows of many-sided keratinocytes held together by desmosomes Topic: STRUCTURE OF THE SKIN 57) Column 1: stratum lucidum Column 2: present only in thick skin of palms and soles Answer: present only in thick skin of palms and soles Topic: STRUCTURE OF THE SKIN 58) Column 1: stratum basale Column 2: contains keratinocytes that undergo mitosis Answer: contains keratinocytes that undergo mitosis 5
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Topic: STRUCTURE OF THE SKIN 59) Column 1: stratum corneum Column 2: several layers of flat, dead, keratinized cells Answer: several layers of flat, dead, keratinized cells Topic: STRUCTURE OF THE SKIN 60) Column 1: stratum granulosum Column 2: 3-5 rows of flattened keratinocytes; cell organelles begin to degenerate and intermediate filaments become organized into coarse bundles Answer: 3-5 rows of flattened keratinocytes; cell organelles begin to degenerate and intermediate filaments become organized into coarse bundles Topic: STRUCTURE OF THE SKIN Match the characteristics in Column 1 with the appropriate type of gland in Column 2. 61) Column 1: usually open into hair follicles Column 2: sebaceous glands Answer: sebaceous glands Topic: SKIN GLANDS 62) Column 1: secrete oily substance called sebum Column 2: sebaceous glands Answer: sebaceous glands Topic: SKIN GLANDS 63) Column 1: most abundant in palms and soles Column 2: sudoriferous glands Answer: sudoriferous glands Topic: SKIN GLANDS 64) Column 1: provide a cooling mechanism Column 2: sudoriferous glands Answer: sudoriferous glands Topic: SKIN GLANDS 65) Column 1: found only in the ear canal Column 2: ceruminous glands Answer: ceruminous glands Topic: SKIN GLANDS 66) Column 1: produce a waxy secretion 67) Column 2: ceruminous glands 68) Answer: ceruminous glands 69) Topic: SKIN GLANDS 70) Irrelevant questions 11) The growth of a scalp hair usually proceeds as follows: 6
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  • Winter '13
  • Drs.Hildebrandt,Raoof,StribleyandSullivan
  • Human Anatomy, Stratum lucidum, Stratum Corneum, Skin anatomy

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