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Integumentary System (Grades 11-12)

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Integumentary System

What does the human integumentary system include?
  1. skin, nails, hair follicles, and glands
  2. epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous layers only
  3. skin only
  4. skin, hooves, and horns
  5. bones and muscles
What systems work together to detect external stimuli (i.e., make up the senses)? (Select all that apply.)
  1. muscular
  2. nervous
  3. circulatory
  4. integumentary
  5. digestive
The white crescent part of the nail found towards the finger is the
  1. nail bed.
  2. nail.
  3. cuticle.
  4. lunula.
The part of the hair that is visible is the
  1. root.
  2. follicle.
  3. cortex.
  4. shaft.
The skin, or                   , is composed of several types of tissues.
  1. serous membrane
  2. mucous membrane
  3. cutaneous membrane
  4. synovial membrane
What is the name of the pigment in the skin?
  1. chlorophyll
  2. melatonin
  3. melanin
  4. thyroxine
The part of the dermis where cells die, keratohyalin granules release filaggrin, and lipids coat the cell surface for waterproofing is the
  1. stratum basale.
  2. stratum lucidum.
  3. stratum corneum.
  4. stratum granulosum.
The deepest epidermal layer is the
  1. stratum germinativum.
  2. stratum spinosum.
  3. stratum lucidum.
  4. stratum granulosum.
What structure forms at the skin surface that temporarily restores the integrity of the epidermis and restricts the entry of microorganisms?
  1. scab
  2. abrasion
  3. incision
  4. inflammatory response
Identify five functions of the skin.

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