Chapter 5 Notes
Chapter 5 Notes BIOL 1020
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Chapter 5 Tissue Types 1 Structure of Skin Cutaneous membrane or integument Covers entire surface of body Largest organ in body Comprised of 4 tissue types i Connec ve ii Muscle iii Nervous iv Epithelial e lntegumentary systems i Skin and accessary organs f Regions i Epidermis 1 Outer thinner region 2 Strati ed squamous epithelial 3 Five layers Strata a Stratum Basale i Super cial to Dermis ii Cells constantly dividing pushing old cells to the surface amp die iii Cells 1 Langerhans cells macrophages a Consumes disease causing organisms 2 Melanocytes a Melanin skin color b Protect from UV radiation iv Sensory Nerves 1 Free nerve endings a Pain and temperature sensations 2 Tactile cells Merkel Cells a Touch sensations b Stratum Lucidum i Only found in thick skin feet and palms ii Protect from constant friction c Stratum Corneum i Cells keratinized hardened ii Prevents against water loss and gain iii Mechanical barrier against microbes bacteria apem ii Dermis Thicker than epidermis Dense irregular connective tissue Collagenous bers prevent tearing a Allows for movement Elastic bers a Stretch to allow movement of muscles and joints 5 Vascularization of dermis supplies oxygen and nutrients to cells of dermis and epidermis UJNl 39 P Chapter 5 Tissue Types iii Hypodermis 1 Subcantaneous layer a Below dermis 2 Loose connective tissue 3 Energy storage 4 Insulation 2 Hair a Everywhere except palms soles lips nipples and portions of external gen aHa b Hirsutism i Excessive body and facial fair in women due to increased production of male sex hormones 1 Not always women c Alopecia i Androgenic 1 Male pattern baldness ii Alopecia Areata 1 Sudden onset of patchy hair loss d Hair Follicles i Formed from epidermal cells ii Located in dermis iii Root hair in follicle iv Shaft hair beyond skin v Arrector Pili Muscle 1 Muscles attached to follicle goosebumps vi Sebaceous gland 1 Produces oil 3 Nails a Formed from specialized epithelial cells b Root base of nail c Body visible portion of the nail d Cuticles fold of skin that hides the root e Epithelial cells becomes keratinized as they move away from the root i Only alive at the root similar to hair f Keratin structural protein 4 Glands a Produce and secrete substances into ducts i Sweat glands ii Sebaceous glands 1 Adjacent to hair follicle b Sweat Glands i Sudoriferous 1 Active under stress ii Apocrine glands 1 Begin at puberty 2 Mammary glands are modi ed sweat glands produce milk iii Eccrine glands 1 Active when body heats up a Helps lower body temperature Chapter 5 Tissue Types 2 Sweat is mostly water but also waste iv Ceruminous glands 1 Produce cerumen earwax c Sebaceous Glands i Associated with hair follicle ii Secretes sebum oil 1 Lubricates and waterproofs hair an 2 Weakens and kills bacteria on skin Ill iv Acne Vulgaris 1 In amed sebaceous glands 5 Skin Disorders a b C Athlete39s Foot i Fungal infection on skin of toes and soles Impetigo i Bacterial infection common in children Psoriasis i Chronic pinkred patches on skin Eczema i In ammation of the skin Dandruff i Dry scalp Urticaria Hives i Allergic reaction Melanoma skin cancer i More likely to be malignant Spreading ii Warning signs moles 1 Asymmetry 2 Irregular border 3 Uneven color 4 Diameter greater than 6mm Most common in fair skinned persons 1 Less melanin protective pigment d skin surface If sebum collects white and black heads form to block UV rays
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