Integumentary system 3715
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Integumentary system Objectives Anatomy 0 Function 0 TheSkin 0 Structures of the skin Word Parts 0 Combing forms for the Integumentary system 0 Prefixes Medical Terms o Exercises Function 0 The Integumentary system is composed of the skin nails and glands o Integumentary means to cover Integumentary system The Skin 0 Epidermis o Keratin o Melanin o Dermis o Sudoriferous sweat glands o Sebaceous glands Structures of the skin 0 Hair 0 Nails Exercise Match terms with definitions Dermis Epidermis Hair Melanin Nail Sebaceous glands NP P PWF Sudoriferous glands a Coiled tubular structures Integumentary system b Responsible for skin color c True skin d Outermost layer of the skin e White area at the nail s base f Originates in the epidermis g Composed of compressed keratinized cells h Secrete sebum Answers Word Parts Integumentary system Combing forms Definitions Cutaneo dermo dermato Skin Hidro Sweat Kerato horny tissue hard Onycho unguo nail Sebo sebun1oH T cho haw Exercise Write definitions of the terms 1 Cutaneo 2 Unguo 3 THcho 4 Sweat 5Sebun1 6 Hard horny tissue Answers 1SMn 2nm 3hmr 4hM o 5seb 6 kerato Integumentary system Pre xes o Epi Intra o Para 0 Per 0 Sub Exercise Define the prefixes Suk Para Epi Intra P1 gt S F Per Answers 1 under below 2be desbeyondaround 3onuponover 4thn 5 through
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