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Integumentary System A system An organ The biggest!
Introduction Largest organ of the body Surface area Mass One square inch contains… Complex Continuous
Layers of the Skin Epidermis Dermis Subcutaneous (hypodermis)
Functions Protection Water balance Temperature Regulation Waste Disposal Receptor organs Vitamin D Production
Epidermal Layers, part I Stratum Basale (Germanativum) Stratum Spinosum – Keratinocytes Stratum Granulosum (Granular Layer) – Keratohyaline
Epidermal Layers, Part II Stratum Lucium (Clear Layer) – Eleidin Stratum Corneum – Keratin – Glycolipids
SKIN STATIONS Sports med 1. STATION 1 1. The superficial layer of skin is called the ___________ a. skin b. epidermis c. folical 2. In most.
Integumentary System I. Introduction A. Definition.
Integumentary System I. Introduction A. Characteristics.
Here They Are: Your Body Systems (Part 1).
Objectives List functions of skin Explain role of skin in temperature regulation Describe layers of skin and characteristics Explain factors that.
The Integumentary System A. Skin 1. Anatomy 1. Anatomy 2. Physiology 2. Physiology 3. Epidermis 3. Epidermis 4. Dermis 4. Dermis B. Glands B. Glands 1.
Chapter 6 Skin and its Appendages. Introduction Skin (integument) is body’s largest organ Approximately 1.6 to 1.9 m 2 in average-sized adult Integumentary.
TODAY Outline chapter 5 Test back Corrections tonight after school, tomorrow at 7:00 am Outline p due tomorrow Project: building day.
5 The Integumentary System. An Introduction to the Integumentary System The Integument – Is the largest system of the body 16% of body weight 1.5 to 2.
Integumentary System Review HUMAN BIOLOGY. 1. Name four functions of the skin. Protection (MOST IMPORTANT!!) Contains sensory devices to detect surroundings.
Integumentary System Notes. I. General Information A. Organ system consists of a group of organs working together to perform a specific activity. B. Integumentary.
Integumentary System Page Integument Two major components A. Cutaneous membrane – is an organ composed of the superficial epithelium or epidermis.
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The Integumentary System Chapter 5. The Skin epithelial and connective tissues working together the largest organ of the body square meters.
The Integumentary System
Integumentary System The Skin You’re In 20 square feet 40 lbs shed in your lifetime 8 lbs.
Skin and Somatic Receptors. Epidermis Epidermal Layers Stratum Corneum Stratum Lucidum Stratum Granulosum Stratum Spinosum Stratum Basale (Melanin.
Integumentary System Ms Clark PVMHS. Integumentary System Made up of the skin and its accessory structures – Accessory structures: Hair Nails Glands Sensory.
By : Vonderic Stanley & Marshall Treadway. The human skin this made of the types of skin. the epidermis; dermis; and hypodermis skin.
Integumentary System Part I: Skin and it’s Tissues.
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INTEGUMENTARY BY : VONDERIC STANLEY & MARSHALL TREADWAY.
The Skin and the Hypodermis Skin – our largest organ Accounts for 7% of body weight Divided into two distinct layers Epidermis Dermis Hypodermis – lies.
The Integumentary System Chapter 5. Integumentary System Structure –Epidermis –Dermis –Hypodermis Functions of the skin.
Chapter 5. Introduction to Skin Most accessible but often least appreciated organ system. The skin, or simply integument, accounts for approximately 16%
Lecture 5 Integumentary System.
The Crayfish. Common name Crayfish PhylumArthropoda; subphylum Crustacea Body Plan Organization Level Organ-systems Symmetry Bilateral Cephalization Present.
THE SKIN OR INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM
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Bellringer: What is the largest organ of your body? What system is it part of? Write your answer down on a fresh sheet of paper or notetaking device!
NOTES – INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM PART 1. In 1 square inch of skin there are 4 yards of nerve fibers, 1300 nerve cells, 100 sweat glands, 3 million cells,
Integumentary System (Skin). Integumentary System Structure: –Epidermis: Stratum corneum: dead cells, mostly keratin. Stratum lucidum: dead keratyoncytes;
Chapter 6 Integumentary System.
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Integumentary System Ch. 5 Part 1. Integumentary System Anatomy Epidermal layer Dermal layer Physiology Regulate body temperature Protects connective.
The Integumentary System 1. Protection Excretion Temperature maintenance Insulation and cushion Vitamin D3 synthesis Sensory detection Integumentary system.
The Integumentary System Chapter 5. Introduction The integumentary system consists of hair, skin, and nails. The integumentary system consists of hair,
Integumentary System Chapter 5. Learner Objectives To analyze the structural and functional relationships of the tissues within the integument. To.
Chapter 5 - The Integumentary System
36.3 The Integumentary System. Epidermis Layers of cells that completely encloses vascular tissue.
Skin and Body Membranes. Function of body membranes Line or cover body surfaces Protect body surfaces Lubricate body surfaces.
Integumentary System Chapter 5
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