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MAINTENANCE OF BODY TEMPERATURE; SYNTHESIS OF VIT. C; BLOOD RESERVOIR & SOCIAL FUNTION; EXCRETION OF SALTS & WASTES: WHICH IS NOT A FUNTION OF THE INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM?
SYNTHESIS OF VIT. C
ACCESSORY STRUCTURES OF THE INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM INCLUDE ALL EXCEPT?: EPIDERMIS; SEBACEOUS GLANDS; NAILS/ STRATUM GERMINATIVUM
STRATUM GERMINATIVUM
WHAT LAYER OF THE EPIDERMIS CONTAINS CELLS UNDERGOING DIVISION?
STRATUM GERMINATIVUM
RECEPTORS FOR COLD
MEISSNER'S CORPUSCLE
CHEMICAL SUBSTANCE IN SWEAT THAT ATTRACTS MOSQUITOS
URIC ACID
SOFTENS HAIR AND SKIN; BACTERICIDAL; SLOWS WATER LOSS; EXCRETION OF WASTE: WHICH IS NOT A FUNCTION OF SEBUM?
EXCRETION OF WASTE
THE NAIL BODY COVERS THE?
NAIL BED
HOW WOULD YOU BEST CHARACTERIZE HAIR?
LARGELY DEAD KERATINIZED CELLS FOR PROTECTION FROM UV
PART OF THE NAIL BED EMBEDDED IN THE SKIN
ROOT
A LITTLE MOUND OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE FOLLICLE CONTAINING CAPILLARIES
PAPILLA
MODIFIED APOCRINE GLANDS THAT SECRETE EAR WAX
CERUMINOUS GLANDS
TINY BUNDLES OF SMOOTH MUSCLES ASSOCIATED WITH FOLLICLES, WHICH CONTRACT IN RESPONSE TO COLD AND FEAR MAKING THE HAIR STAND UP STRAIGHT
ARRECTOR PILI
WHAT IS THE SCIENTIFIC NAME FOR CUTICLE?
HYPONYCHIUM
TERM FOR THE DEPOSITION OF SALT ON THE BONES
CALCIFICATION
ACCESSORY STRUCTURES OF THE INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM INCLUDE ALL EXCEPT?: EPIDERMIS; NAILS; SEBACEOUS GLANDS; SUDORIFEROUS GLANDS
EPIDERMIS