- 4.4-1: List the general functions of each membranetypecutaneous, mucous, s...
- 4.4-2: Compare the structure (tissue makeup) of themajor membrane types.
- 4.4-3: List several important functions of theintegumentary system, and ex...
- 4.4-4: When provided with a model or diagram of theskin, recognize and nam...
- 4.4-5: Name the layers of the epidermis, and describe thecharacteristics o...
- 4.4-6: Name the factors that determine skin color, anddescribe the functio...
- 4.4-7: Describe the distribution and function of theepidermal derivativess...
- 4.4-8: Differentiate first-, second-, and third-degreeburns.
- 4.4-9: Explain the importance of the rule of nines.
- 4.4-10: Summarize the characteristics of basal cellcarcinoma, squamous cell...
- 4.4-11: List several examples of integumentary systemaging.
- 4.1: Select the one false statement about mucous andserous membranes.a. ...
- 4.2: Serous membranesa. line the mouth.b. have parietal and visceral lay...
- 4.3: Which is not a component of sweat?a. Waterb. Sodium chloridec. Sebu...
- 4.4: Which structure is not associated with a hair?a. Shaftb. Cortexc. M...
- 4.5: In investigating the cause of thinning hair, which ofthe following ...
- 4.6: Which structure is not associated with a nail?a. Nail bedb. Lunulec...
- 4.7: Which one of the following is not associated withthe production of ...
- 4.8: Which of the following is not a skin structure?a. Nerve fiberb. Hai...
- 4.9: Match the structures on the right with their functionlisted on the ...
- 4.10: What is the name of the connective tissue membranefound lining the ...
- 4.11: From what types of damage does the skin protectthe body?
- 4.12: Explain why we become tanned after sitting in the sun.
- 4.13: What is a decubitus ulcer? Why does it occur?
- 4.14: Name two different categories of skin secretionsand the glands that...
- 4.15: How does the skin help to regulate body temperature?
- 4.16: What is a blackhead?
- 4.17: What are arrector pili? What do they do?
- 4.18: Which skin cancer arises from the youngest epidermalcells?
- 4.19: Why does hair turn gray?
- 4.20: Name three changes that occur in the skin as one ages.
- 4.21: Is a bald man really hairless? Explain.
- 4.22: A nurse tells a doctor that a patient is cyanotic.What is cyanosis?...
- 4.23: Both newborn infants and aged individuals havevery little subcutane...
- 4.24: A 40-year-old beachboy is complaining to you thathis suntan made hi...
- 4.25: Rebecca, the mother of a 13-month-old infant,brings her child to th...
- 4.26: The water of a swimming pool is hypotonic to ourcells. Why do we no...
- 4.27: Mr. Rossi, a fisherman in his late sixties, comes tothe clinic to c...
- 4.28: Mr. Grayson is receiving a drug treatment trans-dermally (through t...
- 4.29: Which type of injection would allow a drug to beabsorbed more rapid...
- 4.30: Think about the types and characteristics of celljunctions (Chapter...
Solutions for Chapter 4: Skin and Body Membranes
Full solutions for Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology | 11th Edition
One of three basic cloud forms; also the name given one of the clouds of vertical development. Cumulus are billowy individual cloud masses that often have flat bases.
The area of active erosion on the outside of a meander.
An accumulation of sediment formed where a stream enters a lake or ocean.
The land area that contributes water to a stream.
Spherically shaped, negatively charged zones that surround the nucleus of an atom.
Sinuous ridge composed largely of sand and gravel deposited by a stream flowing in a tunnel beneath a glacier near its terminus.
The distance from the lens to the point where it focuses parallel rays of light.
The solid Earth, the largest of Earth’s four major spheres.
Igneous activity that occurs within a tectonic plate away from plate boundaries.
Compensation of the lithosphere when weight is added or removed. When weight is added, the lithosphere will respond by subsiding, and when weight is removed, there will be uplift.
A fracture in rock along which there has been no movement.
Deposits of windblown silt, lacking visible layers, generally buff-colored, and capable of maintaining a nearly vertical cliff.
A sensitive instrument used to measure the intensity of Earth’s magnetic field at various points.
A chemical bond present in all metals that may be characterized as an extreme type of electron sharing in which the electrons move freely from atom to atom.
Lowest tidal range, occurring near the times of the first- and third-quarter phases of the Moon.
The region of the Sun that radiates energy to space. The visible surface of the Sun.
The cloud of interstellar gas and/or dust from which the bodies of our solar system formed.
A measure of the degree of hotness or coldness of a substance; a measure of the average kinetic energy of individual atoms or molecules in a substance.
Found almost exclusively in the Northern Hemisphere or at high altitudes in many mountainous regions. A treeless climatic realm of sedges, grasses, mosses, and lichens that is dominated by a long, bitterly cold winter.