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a. Protect against bacteria, chemicals, UV, and physical abrasion b. Regulates body temp c. Sensation reception d. Synthesis of vitamin D from cholesterol e. Blood reservoir: 8-20% of total volume found in dermis
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5 functions of skin

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Epidermis, dermis
Describe the two principle layers of skin
Papillary Layer Reticular Layer
What are the two layers of the dermis?
Areolar CT (elastic and collagen fibers)
What CT is in papillary layer?
Found in the dermal papillae
Where is the meissner's corpuscles located
Located in reticular layer dead kerantinized cells
Where are hair follicles found and what cells hold them together?
Reticular Layer
Where are sweat glands found?
Adipocytes (fat cells: 1/2 of fat reserve stored here) Areolar CT
What cells and CT are found in the subcutaneous layer?
Below reticular layer (not considered a part of skin)
Where is the subcutaneous layer found?
Merocrine: temperature regulation
Show how functional classification of exocrine glands is related to the mode by the cells to deliver their secretory products (merocrine)
Scent glands
Show how functional classification of exocrine glands is related to the mode by the cells to deliver their secretory products (apocrine)
Secrete ear wax
Show how functional classification of exocrine glands is related to the mode by the cells to deliver their secretory products (ceruminous)
Secrete milk
Show how functional classification of exocrine glands is related to the mode by the cells to deliver their secretory products (mammary)
-Mobilizes body's defenses -Isolates and destroys microorganisms -Removes damages cells so repair can proceed
Vascular and cellular response in preparation for tissue repair (1st step)
Histamine: from mast cells Prostaglandins (from damaged cells)
Chemical mediators of inflammation releases by damaged tissues include