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Section Reference 1: Sec 5.4 Functions of the SkinQuestion type: Essay17) Describe the structure and function of arrector pili.Answer:Difficulty: MediumBloomcode: Application Learning Objective 1: LO 5.1 Describe the general structure of skin.Learning Objective 2: SO 5.1.2 Compare the composition of the papillary and reticular regions of the dermis.Section Reference 1: Sec 5.1 Structure of the SkinSection Reference 2: Sec5.2 Accessory structures of the Skin
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18) Anorexia may cause adults to develop fine, unpigmented hairs to help with warmth and insulation. Which type of hair is described?
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 Skin19) This type of exocrine gland undergoes a higher rate of mitosis due to its holocrine secretion.
Difficulty: HardBloomcode: EvaluationShuffle: Yes 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 Skin20) Secretion mixture of fats, sterols, proteins and salts, that prevent water loss and can inhibit the growth of some bacteria.
Difficulty: MediumShuffle: Yes Bloomcode: Application 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 Skin21) Which exocrine gland is primarily used for thermoregulation?a) Sebaceous glandb) Eccrine sweat glandc) Apocrine sweat glandd) Ceruminous gland Answer: b
Difficulty: MediumShuffle: Yes Bloomcode: Application 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 SkinQuestion type: Essay

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