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Explain the location and function of synovial, mucosa, serosa and cutaneous membranes.
Briefly explain the seven functions of skin.
Identify the function of the following layers of epidermis: stratum basale stratum lucidum stratum corneum
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Give the three causes of normal skin color.
What is the difference (besides location) of the papillary layer and reticular layer of the dermis?
What gives skin its elasticity and toughness?
What do sebaceous glands secrete and what is the function of this secretion?
Compare and Contrast: Whitehead Blackhead Acne
Compare and contrast eccrine and apocrine glands.
What are the components of sweat?
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