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Chapter 5 Integumentary System Video

Chapter 5 Integumentary System Video

Author: Aaron Mullally
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91. Identify the integumentary system and its components

92. Describe why skin is the largest organ in the human body

93. Identify the three layers of skin and their major components

94. Describe the functions of the skin as "a physical barrier to pathogens and retards water loss", also explain how the structure of skin provides these functions

95. Identify cells the various cells of the epidermis and describe their basic functions

96. Identify the layers of the epidermis and how the lifestyle of a keratinocyte creates the physical barrier of skin

97. Identify the location of the dermis and describe its composition and functions

98. Identify the location of the hypodermis and describe its function, also refer to it as subcutaneous fat

99. Describe how formation of various skin markings we discuss

100. Define pil/o and describe what a piloerector muscle is, and its function

101. Describe the basic structure of a hair follicle

102. Describe the functions of body hair and scalp hair

103. Describe the structure, function, and location of sweat glands, sebaceous glands, ceruminous glands, and mammary glands

104. Describe the differences between 1st, 2nd, and 3rd degree burns, describe which layers of skin they affect, and identify which is the worst type of burn

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Integumentary System Lecture

Source: Self made wtih images from Marieb and http://www.udel.edu/biology/Wags/histopage/colorpage/cin/cin.htm