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58) Which statement best describes why the diagram represents thick skin? Choose the best answer. a) Thick skin lacks melanocytes.b) Thick skin contains five stratums.c) Thick skin epithelia is vascular.d) Thick skin epithelia is avascular.e) Thick skin contains stem cells. Answer: b
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Learning Objective 1: LO 5.1 Describe the general structure of skin.Learning Objective 2: LO 5.1.1Describe the layers of the epidermis and the cells that compose them. Section Reference 1: Sec 5.1 Structure of the Skin59) In the diagram, which area is composed of areolar connective tissue?
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Learning Objective 1: LO 5.2 Contrast the structure, distribution, and functions of hair, skin glands, and nails.Section Reference 1: Sec 5.2 Accessory Structures of the Skin60) In the diagram, where are actively dividing cells located?
Difficulty: MediumShuffle: Yes Bloomcode: AnalysisLearning Objective 1: LO 5.2 Contrast the structure, distribution, and functions of hair, skin glands, and nails.
Section Reference 1: Sec 5.2 Accessory Structures of the Skin61) In the diagram, which is the papilla of the hair?
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62) The buildup of bilirubin in an infant’s blood can occur if the liver does not remove the chemical. This condition isa) cyanosisb) pallorc) jaundiced) alopeciae) erythemaAnswer: c
Difficulty: easyShuffle: Yes Bloomcode: ComprehensionLearning Objective 1: LO 5.1 Describe the general structure of skin. Learning Objective 2: LO 5.1.3 Explain the basis for different skin colors.Section Reference 1: Sec 5.1 Structure of the Skin63) Without enzymatic action of tyrosinase, what pathway is blocked in the body pertaining to skin?
Difficulty: HardShuffle: YesBloomcode: Evaluation Learning Objective 1: LO 5.1 Describe the general structure of skin.Learning Objective 2: LO 5.1.3 Explain the basis for different skin colors.Section Reference 1: Sec 5.1 Structure of the Skin

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