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Chapter 5. Integumentary System

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Another name for the skin is the _________ membrane.

A. Serous

B. Parietal

C. Mucous

D. Cutaneous

E. Visceral

2. Which describes the skins form and function?

A. A barrier

B. Indicator of health

C. Washable

D. Self-renewing

E. All of the choices are correct

3. Which is not a function of the integument?

A. Protection

B. Water loss prevention

C. Temperature regulation

D. Synthesis of cholecalciferol (vitamin D precursor)

E. No exceptions; all are functions of the integument

4. Among the stimuli detected by the sensory receptors of the skin is

A. Heat

B. Cold

C. Pressure

D. Vibration

E. All of the choices are correct

5. The epidermis is a __________ epithelium.

A. Keratinized stratified squamous

B. Non-keratinized stratified squamous

C. Keratinized stratified cuboidal

D. Nonkeratinized stratitified cuboidal

E. Transitional

6. From deep to superficial, the order of the strata of the epidermis is

A. Basale spinosum granulosum lucidum corneum

B. Spinosum granulosum basale lucidum corneum

C. Corneum lucidum granulosum spinosum basale

D. Basale granulosum spinosum lucidum corneum

E. Corneum granulosum lucidum spinosum basale

7. Keratinocytes are

A. The most abundant cell type in the epidermis

B. Found throughout all epidermal strata

C. Sometimes alive and sometimes dead, depending on where found

D. Able to synthesize the protein keratin

E. All of the choices are correct

8. Tactile (Merkel) cells are sensitive to

A. Sound

B. Light

C. Touch

D. Heat

E. Cold

9. Epidermal dendritic (Langerhans) cells function as part of the ______ response.

A. Immune

B. Sensory

C. Tanning

D. Heating

E. Sweating

10. Which actions happen in the stratum granulosum?
a: Keratinization
b: Cell flattening
c: Plasma membranes thicken
d: Plasma membranes become less permeable

A. a, c

B. a, c, d

C. b, c, d

D. c, d

E. a, b, c, d

11. Which are applicable to the stratum corneum?
a: Most superficial stratum
b: Consists of about 3-5 cell layers
c: Cells are dead
d: Interlocking keratinized cells called corneocytes
e: Cells are anucleate

A. a, c, d

B. a, c, e

C. a, b, d

D. a, c, d, e

E. a, b, c, d, e

12. Which are correct concerning thick skin?
a: More limited in its distribution than thin
b: Has only four of the strata
c: Thickness ranges from 400 micrometers to 600 micrometers
d: Thickness ranges from 75 micrometers to 150 micrometers
e: Has sebaceous glands
f: Has sweat glands

A. a, c, e

B. a, b, d, e

C. a, c, e, f

D. a, d, f

E. a, c, f

13. Skin color results from a combination of
a: Melanin
b: Hemoglobin
c: Bilirubin
d: Carotene

A. a, b, d

B. a, c, d

C. a, d

D. a, b, c

E. b, c, d

14. Generally, people have ________ number of melanocytes ______________.

A. About the same; no matter where they live

B. A highly variable; irrespective of where they live

C. A lower; if they live in colder climates of the northern hemisphere

D. A higher; if they live in the warmer climates near the equator

E. A higher; if they live in the southern hemisphere

15. The function of melanin in the skin is to

A. Reduce water loss

B. Prevent infections

C. Help regulate body temperature

D. Protect against UV light

E. Keep the epidermis soft and pliable

16. Among the uses of the yellow-orange pigment carotene is/are
a: Providing coloration to the skin
b: Acting as a precursor to Vitamin A
c: Reducing the number of potentially dangerous molecules formed during metabolic activity
d: Improving immune cell number
e: Improving immune cell activity

A. A, c, d, e

B. A, b, c, e

C. B, c, e

D. C, d, e

E. A, b, c, d, e

17. Which is the result of increased levels of bilirubin in the blood?

A. Bronzing

B. Cyanosis

C. Pallor

D. Erythema

E. Jaundice

18. Which is the result of oxygen deficiency in the blood?

A. Bronzing

B. Cyanosis

C. Hematoma

D. Jaundice

E. Erythema

19. Which skin markings usually disappear during childhood?

A. Friction ridges

B. Capillary hemangiomas

C. Cavernous hemangiomas

D. Pili

E. Nevi

20. Freckles are the result of

A. Heredity

B. Sun exposure

C. Excessive melanocyte activity

D. All of the choices

E. None of the choices

21. Among the components of the dermis are
a: Sweat glands
b: Hair follicles
c: Collagen fibers
d: Sensory nerve endings
e: Smooth muscle tissue

A. A, b, d

B. A, c, d

C. A, b, d, e

D. A, b, c, e

E. A, b, c, d, e

22. Blood capillaries that supply the epidermis are located in the

A. Dermal papillae

B. Epidermal ridges

C. Friction ridges

D. Epidermis proper

E. Subcutaneous layer

23. The reticular layer of the dermis consists primarily of

A. Adipose tissue

B. Muscle

C. Dense irregular connective tissue

D. Nervous tissue

E. Elastic connective tissue

24. Why is the dermis richly innervated?

A. Control of blood flow

B. Control of glandular secretion

C. Sensory reception

D. All of the choices are correct

E. None of the choices is correct

25. The reason a human may be paler when exposed to cold temperatures is

A. Vasodilation has occurred

B. Vasoconstriction has occurred

C. Purely psychological

D. Dehydration of the stratum corneum

E. Constriction of the dermal collagen and elastic fibers

26. What is the composition of the subcutaneous layer?

A. Adipose connective tissue

B. Areolar connective tissue

C. Dense irregular connective tissue

D. Areolar connective tissue and dense irregular connective tissue

E. Areolar connective tissue and adipose connective tissue

27. In which areas do adult males tend to primarily accumulate subcutaneous fat?
a: Neck
b: Upper arms
c: Abdomen
d: Lower back
e: Buttocks

A. One of the choices is correct

B. Two of the choices are correct

C. Three of the choices are correct

D. Four of the choices are correct

E. All of the choices are correct

28. In which areas do adult females tend to accumulate subcutaneous fat?
a: Breasts
b: Buttocks
c: Hips
d: Thighs
e: Abdomen

A. A, b, e

B. B, c, d

C. C, d, e

D. A, b, c, d

E. All of the choices are correct

29. Nails are hard derivatives formed from the stratum ______ of the epidermis.

A. Granulosum

B. Basale

C. Lucidum

D. Corneum

E. Spinosum

30. The actively growing part of the nail is the

A. Free edge

B. Nail root

C. Nail bed

D. Nail folds

E. Nail matrix

31. Which of these comprise the nail plate?
a: Free edge
b: Nail folds
c: Eponchyium
d: Nail root
e: Nail body

A. a, d, e

B. a, b, d, e

C. a, b, c, e

D. a, c, d, e

E. a, b, e

32. Which type of hair forms the beard on the faces of males?

A. Terminal

B. Lanugo

C. Vellus

D. Nonpigmented

E. Pilus

33. Fine hair called _________, which is unpigmented or lightly pigmented, is the primary human hair and is found on the upper and lower limbs.

A. Terminal

B. Lanugo

C. Vellus

D. Cuticle

E. Phalanx

34. The part of the hair that extends beyond the skin surface is called the

A. Shaft

B. Root

C. Bulb

D. Papilla

E. Alopecia

35. There are ______ recognizable zones along the length of a hair.

A. 2

B. 3

C. 4

D. 5

E. 6

36. The structure responsible for actually pulling on the follicle and causing goose bumps is the

A. External root sheath

B. Internal root sheath

C. Epithelial root sheath

D. Arrector pili muscle

E. Papilla

37. Where on the human body is the hair thick enough to retain heat?

A. Beard

B. Axillary region

C. Nose

D. Pubic region

E. Scalp

38. Which of these are functions of hair?
a: Sensory reception
b: Heat retention
c: Pheromone dispersal
D: Protection
e: Visual identification

A. a, b, d

B. a, d, e

C. a, d, e

D. a, b, d, e

E. a, b, c, d, e

39. The growth rate for a scalp hair is about _______ per day for 2 to 5 years, and then the hair becomes dormant.

A. 1.0 mm

B. 1.0 cm

C. 1/2 mm

D. 1/3 mm

E. 0.75 mm

40. Which are found in sweat?
a: Water
b: Sodium
c: Metabolites
d: Waste products

A. a, b, c, d

B. a, c, d

C. a, d

D. a, c

E. a, b, d

41. The secretion of the ceruminous glands forms
a: Cerumen with sebum and exfoliated keratinocytes
b: Cerumen, which is waterproof
c: Cerumen, which traps small insects
d: Cerumen, which lubricates the eardrum
e: Cerumen, which is a pheromone-like compound

A. a, b, d, e

B. a, d, e

C. a, b, c, e

D. a, b, e

E. a, b, c, d

42. The greatest risk factor for skin cancer is

A. Exposure to UV light rays

B. Advanced age

C. Being a female

D. Low skin hydration levels

E. Using excessive sun block

43. Fingernails and toenails start to form in the ______ week of development.

A. 2nd

B. 3rd

C. 5th

D. 10th

E. 16th

44. During the development of the fetus, which must be present before hair can form?

A. Hair follicles

B. Vernix caseosa

C. Lanugo

D. Vellus

E. None of these answers are correct as they all will appear after the formation of scalp hair

45. Which number indicates the reticular layer of the dermis?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

E. 5

46. Which number indicates a dermal papilla?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

E. 5

47. Number 5 indicates a/an

A. Eccrine gland

B. Hair follicle

C. Hair matrix

D. Hair shaft

E. Epidermal ridge

48. Which number indicates the lunula?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

E. 5

49. Which number indicates the eponychium?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

E. 5

50. Number 1 is pointing to the

A. Eponychium

B. Hyponychium

C. Free edge

D. Cuticle

E. Nail fold

51. Which number indicates the hair root?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

E. 5

52. Which number indicates the arrector pili muscle?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

E. 5

True / False Questions

53. The skin consists of different tissue types that perform specific activities and therefore is to be considered an organ.

True False

54. The thickness of the skin as a cover is consistent throughout the body.

True False

55. When the body is cold and needs to conserve heat, the blood vessels in the dermis dilate to allow for more blood flow in that region.

True False

56. The epidermal dendritic cells are able to play an important immune response role by their phagocytic activity.

True False

57. Melanocyte cytoplasmic processes transfer pigment granules into stratum basale keratinocytes; these pigment granules shield the nuclear DNA from UV radiation.

True False

58. The epidermis exhibits variations among different body regions within a single individual, as well as differences between individuals.

True False

59. The thin epidermis, lacking the stratum lucidum, contains only four strata and covers most of the body.

True False

60. The reason for the reddish tint seen in lightly pigmented skin is the molecule formed by the combination of oxygen and melanin.

True False

61. Carotene, a pigment that contributes to skin color, is acquired in the body by eating various yellow-orange vegetables.

True False

62. Dermal papillae are more superficial than epidermal ridges.

True False

63. A surgeon would prefer to do an incision parallel to a cleavage line.

True False

64. The subcutaneous layer, or hypodermis, is one of the two parts of the integument.

True False

65. Nails, hair, and sweat and sebaceous glands are all derived from the epidermis.

True False

66. Most of the nail body appears pink because of the blood in the underlying capillaries.

True False

67. The sebaceous gland secretion called sebum has bactericidal properties.

True False

68. The ability of the components of the integumentary system to respond to stress or trauma is independent of nervous or endocrine system control.

True False

69. During aging of the integumentary system, sweat production increases as a result of improved sweat gland activity.

True False

70. During the fetal period, sebum from the sebaceous glands mixes with the cells of the sloughed off periderm to form the vernix caseosa.

True False

71. Although sweat and sebaceous glands develop from the stratum basale of the epidermis, they eventually burrow and remain in the underlying dermis.

True False

Fill in the Blank Questions

72. The scientific study and treatment of the integumentary system is called ________.

________________________________________

73. _________ perspiration is the release of water vapor from sweat glands under normal conditions when one is not sweating.

________________________________________

74. Another name for sweating is ________ perspiration.

________________________________________

75. The stratum basale attaches to an underlying _______ membrane that separates the epidermis from the adjacent dermis.

________________________________________

76. The stratum _________ derives its name from the spiny appearance of the bridges that connect neighboring cells.

________________________________________

77. The stratum _______ is only found in thick skin, such as the skin covering the palms and soles.

________________________________________

78. The condition in which the skin appears golden brown as a result of Addison Disease is called ________.

________________________________________

79. A ________ is a bruise that is visible through the skin.

________________________________________

80. A ______, also called a mole, is a harmless, localized overgrowth of melanin-forming cells.

________________________________________

81. A _______ is a congenital anomaly that results in skin discoloration due to blood vessels that proliferate and form a benign tumor.

________________________________________

82. The police science of fingerprinting takes advantage of the unique pattern of ________ ridges found on human fingers, toes, palms, and soles.

________________________________________

83. The epidermal ridges and dermal ________ increase the area of contact between the epidermis and dermis to help connect these layers.

________________________________________

84. Collagen fibers impart tensile strength to our skin while ______ fibers allow for some stretch and contraction in the dermis during movement.

________________________________________

85. When the body is too warm, dermal blood vessels will undergo _______ in order to increase heat loss.

________________________________________

86. _______ is a fine, unpigmented, downy hair that first appears on the fetus in the last trimester of development.

________________________________________

87. Hair production involves a specialized type of keratinization that occurs in the hair ______.

________________________________________

88. The cells of the hair follicle walls are organized into ______ (number) principal concentric layers.

________________________________________

89. Thinning of the hair is called ________.

________________________________________

90. Sudoriferous glands and ______ glands are examples of exocrine glands in the skin.

________________________________________

91. Sweat gland secretion occurs in response to stimulation by the _______ division of the nervous system.

________________________________________

92. The cells that contract and squeeze sweat glands causing them to discharge their accumulated secretions are called __________ cells.

________________________________________

93. The secretion of ________ sweat glands is viscous, cloudy, and rich in proteins and lipids.

________________________________________

94. Sebaceous glands discharge an oily, waxy secretion called _______.

________________________________________

95. ________ glands are modified sweat glands located only in the external ear canal.

________________________________________

96. The mammary glands of the breasts are modified ______ sweat glands.

________________________________________

97. In response to severe injuries or burns, the body may repair itself by producing scar tissue to fill the damaged area. This process is called _______.

________________________________________

98. The skins immune responsiveness will be diminished by a decrease in the number of epidermal _________ cells.

________________________________________

99. The dermis is derived from mesoderm, but prior to the formation of the components of the dermis the mesoderm layer forms a connective tissue layer called _________.

________________________________________

100. A ________ is an accumulation of excess scar tissue caused by collagen formation during healing.

________________________________________

101. Caused by the human papillomavirus, a ______ is a roughened projection from the surface of the skin.

________________________________________

Chapter 5. Integumentary System Key

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Another name for the skin is the _________ membrane.

A. Serous

B. Parietal

C. Mucous

D. Cutaneous

E. Visceral

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.01.01 Describe the general structure of the integument.
Section: 05.01a
Topic:Integumentary System

2. Which describes the skins form and function?

A. A barrier

B. Indicator of health

C. Washable

D. Self-renewing

E. All of the choices are correct

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.01.02 Identify the varied functions of the integument.
Section: 05.01b
Topic:Integumentary System

3. Which is not a function of the integument?

A. Protection

B. Water loss prevention

C. Temperature regulation

D. Synthesis of cholecalciferol (vitamin D precursor)

E. No exceptions; all are functions of the integument

Blooms Level: 3. Apply
Difficulty: Medium
Learning Objective: 05.01.02 Identify the varied functions of the integument.
Section: 05.01b
Topic:Integumentary System

4. Among the stimuli detected by the sensory receptors of the skin is

A. Heat

B. Cold

C. Pressure

D. Vibration

E. All of the choices are correct

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.01.02 Identify the varied functions of the integument.
Section: 05.01b
Topic:Integumentary System

5. The epidermis is a __________ epithelium.

A. Keratinized stratified squamous

B. Non-keratinized stratified squamous

C. Keratinized stratified cuboidal

D. Nonkeratinized stratitified cuboidal

E. Transitional

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.01 Describe the structure, composition and arrangement, and functions of the epidermal strata.
Section: 05.02a
Topic:Integumentary System

6. From deep to superficial, the order of the strata of the epidermis is

A. Basale spinosum granulosum lucidum corneum

B. Spinosum granulosum basale lucidum corneum

C. Corneum lucidum granulosum spinosum basale

D. Basale granulosum spinosum lucidum corneum

E. Corneum granulosum lucidum spinosum basale

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.01 Describe the structure, composition and arrangement, and functions of the epidermal strata.
Section: 05.02a
Topic:Integumentary System

7. Keratinocytes are

A. The most abundant cell type in the epidermis

B. Found throughout all epidermal strata

C. Sometimes alive and sometimes dead, depending on where found

D. Able to synthesize the protein keratin

E. All of the choices are correct

Blooms Level: 3. Apply
Difficulty: Medium
Learning Objective: 05.02.01 Describe the structure, composition and arrangement, and functions of the epidermal strata.
Section: 05.02a
Topic:Integumentary System

8. Tactile (Merkel) cells are sensitive to

A. Sound

B. Light

C. Touch

D. Heat

E. Cold

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.01 Describe the structure, composition and arrangement, and functions of the epidermal strata.
Section: 05.02a
Topic:Integumentary System

9. Epidermal dendritic (Langerhans) cells function as part of the ______ response.

A. Immune

B. Sensory

C. Tanning

D. Heating

E. Sweating

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.01 Describe the structure, composition and arrangement, and functions of the epidermal strata.
Section: 05.02a
Topic:Integumentary System

10. Which actions happen in the stratum granulosum?
a: Keratinization
b: Cell flattening
c: Plasma membranes thicken
d: Plasma membranes become less permeable

A. a, c

B. a, c, d

C. b, c, d

D. c, d

E. a, b, c, d

Blooms Level: 4. Analyze
Difficulty: Difficult
Learning Objective: 05.02.01 Describe the structure, composition and arrangement, and functions of the epidermal strata.
Section: 05.02a
Topic:Integumentary System

11. Which are applicable to the stratum corneum?
a: Most superficial stratum
b: Consists of about 3-5 cell layers
c: Cells are dead
d: Interlocking keratinized cells called corneocytes
e: Cells are anucleate

A. a, c, d

B. a, c, e

C. a, b, d

D. a, c, d, e

E. a, b, c, d, e

Blooms Level: 4. Analyze
Difficulty: Difficult
Learning Objective: 05.02.01 Describe the structure, composition and arrangement, and functions of the epidermal strata.
Section: 05.02a
Topic:Integumentary System

12. Which are correct concerning thick skin?
a: More limited in its distribution than thin
b: Has only four of the strata
c: Thickness ranges from 400 micrometers to 600 micrometers
d: Thickness ranges from 75 micrometers to 150 micrometers
e: Has sebaceous glands
f: Has sweat glands

A. a, c, e

B. a, b, d, e

C. a, c, e, f

D. a, d, f

E. a, c, f

Blooms Level: 4. Analyze
Difficulty: Difficult
Learning Objective: 05.02.02 Identify the epidermal variations in thickness, color, and markings.
Section: 05.02b
Topic:Integumentary System

13. Skin color results from a combination of
a: Melanin
b: Hemoglobin
c: Bilirubin
d: Carotene

A. a, b, d

B. a, c, d

C. a, d

D. a, b, c

E. b, c, d

Blooms Level: 3. Apply
Difficulty: Medium
Learning Objective: 05.02.02 Identify the epidermal variations in thickness, color, and markings.
Section: 05.02b
Topic:Integumentary System

14. Generally, people have ________ number of melanocytes ______________.

A. About the same; no matter where they live

B. A highly variable; irrespective of where they live

C. A lower; if they live in colder climates of the northern hemisphere

D. A higher; if they live in the warmer climates near the equator

E. A higher; if they live in the southern hemisphere

Blooms Level: 3. Apply
Difficulty: Medium
Learning Objective: 05.02.02 Identify the epidermal variations in thickness, color, and markings.
Section: 05.02b
Topic:Integumentary System

15. The function of melanin in the skin is to

A. Reduce water loss

B. Prevent infections

C. Help regulate body temperature

D. Protect against UV light

E. Keep the epidermis soft and pliable

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Medium
Learning Objective: 05.02.02 Identify the epidermal variations in thickness, color, and markings.
Section: 05.02b
Topic:Integumentary System

16. Among the uses of the yellow-orange pigment carotene is/are
a: Providing coloration to the skin
b: Acting as a precursor to Vitamin A
c: Reducing the number of potentially dangerous molecules formed during metabolic activity
d: Improving immune cell number
e: Improving immune cell activity

A. A, c, d, e

B. A, b, c, e

C. B, c, e

D. C, d, e

E. A, b, c, d, e

Blooms Level: 4. Analyze
Difficulty: Difficult
Learning Objective: 05.02.02 Identify the epidermal variations in thickness, color, and markings.
Section: 05.02b
Topic:Integumentary System

17. Which is the result of increased levels of bilirubin in the blood?

A. Bronzing

B. Cyanosis

C. Pallor

D. Erythema

E. Jaundice

Blooms Level: 2. Understand
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.02 Identify the epidermal variations in thickness, color, and markings.
Section: 05.02b
Topic:Integumentary System

18. Which is the result of oxygen deficiency in the blood?

A. Bronzing

B. Cyanosis

C. Hematoma

D. Jaundice

E. Erythema

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.02 Identify the epidermal variations in thickness, color, and markings.
Section: 05.02b
Topic:Integumentary System

19. Which skin markings usually disappear during childhood?

A. Friction ridges

B. Capillary hemangiomas

C. Cavernous hemangiomas

D. Pili

E. Nevi

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.02 Identify the epidermal variations in thickness, color, and markings.
Section: 05.02b
Topic:Integumentary System

20. Freckles are the result of

A. Heredity

B. Sun exposure

C. Excessive melanocyte activity

D. All of the choices

E. None of the choices

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.02 Identify the epidermal variations in thickness, color, and markings.
Section: 05.02b
Topic:Integumentary System

21. Among the components of the dermis are
a: Sweat glands
b: Hair follicles
c: Collagen fibers
d: Sensory nerve endings
e: Smooth muscle tissue

A. A, b, d

B. A, c, d

C. A, b, d, e

D. A, b, c, e

E. A, b, c, d, e

Blooms Level: 4. Analyze
Difficulty: Difficult
Learning Objective: 05.03.01 Describe the organization and function of the layers of the dermis.
Section: 05.03
Topic:Integumentary System

22. Blood capillaries that supply the epidermis are located in the

A. Dermal papillae

B. Epidermal ridges

C. Friction ridges

D. Epidermis proper

E. Subcutaneous layer

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.03.01 Describe the organization and function of the layers of the dermis.
Section: 05.03a
Topic:Integumentary System

23. The reticular layer of the dermis consists primarily of

A. Adipose tissue

B. Muscle

C. Dense irregular connective tissue

D. Nervous tissue

E. Elastic connective tissue

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.03.01 Describe the organization and function of the layers of the dermis.
Section: 05.03b
Topic:Integumentary System

24. Why is the dermis richly innervated?

A. Control of blood flow

B. Control of glandular secretion

C. Sensory reception

D. All of the choices are correct

E. None of the choices is correct

Blooms Level: 2. Understand
Difficulty: Medium
Learning Objective: 05.03.02 Identify nerve and blood supply to the dermis.
Section: 05.03d
Topic:Integumentary System

25. The reason a human may be paler when exposed to cold temperatures is

A. Vasodilation has occurred

B. Vasoconstriction has occurred

C. Purely psychological

D. Dehydration of the stratum corneum

E. Constriction of the dermal collagen and elastic fibers

Blooms Level: 3. Apply
Difficulty: Medium
Learning Objective: 05.03.02 Identify nerve and blood supply to the dermis.
Section: 05.03d
Topic:Integumentary System

26. What is the composition of the subcutaneous layer?

A. Adipose connective tissue

B. Areolar connective tissue

C. Dense irregular connective tissue

D. Areolar connective tissue and dense irregular connective tissue

E. Areolar connective tissue and adipose connective tissue

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.04.01 Identify and describe the structure and function of the subcutaneous layer.
Section: 05.04
Topic:Integumentary System

27. In which areas do adult males tend to primarily accumulate subcutaneous fat?
a: Neck
b: Upper arms
c: Abdomen
d: Lower back
e: Buttocks

A. One of the choices is correct

B. Two of the choices are correct

C. Three of the choices are correct

D. Four of the choices are correct

E. All of the choices are correct

Blooms Level: 4. Analyze
Difficulty: Difficult
Learning Objective: 05.04.01 Identify and describe the structure and function of the subcutaneous layer.
Section: 05.04
Topic:Integumentary System

28. In which areas do adult females tend to accumulate subcutaneous fat?
a: Breasts
b: Buttocks
c: Hips
d: Thighs
e: Abdomen

A. A, b, e

B. B, c, d

C. C, d, e

D. A, b, c, d

E. All of the choices are correct

Blooms Level: 4. Analyze
Difficulty: Difficult
Learning Objective: 05.04.01 Identify and describe the structure and function of the subcutaneous layer.
Section: 05.04
Topic:Integumentary System

29. Nails are hard derivatives formed from the stratum ______ of the epidermis.

A. Granulosum

B. Basale

C. Lucidum

D. Corneum

E. Spinosum

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.05.01 Describe the structure and functions of nails.
Section: 05.05a
Topic:Integumentary System

30. The actively growing part of the nail is the

A. Free edge

B. Nail root

C. Nail bed

D. Nail folds

E. Nail matrix

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.05.01 Describe the structure and functions of nails.
Section: 05.05a
Topic:Integumentary System

31. Which of these comprise the nail plate?
a: Free edge
b: Nail folds
c: Eponchyium
d: Nail root
e: Nail body

A. a, d, e

B. a, b, d, e

C. a, b, c, e

D. a, c, d, e

E. a, b, e

Blooms Level: 4. Analyze
Difficulty: Medium
Learning Objective: 05.05.01 Describe the structure and functions of nails.
Section: 05.05a
Topic:Integumentary System

32. Which type of hair forms the beard on the faces of males?

A. Terminal

B. Lanugo

C. Vellus

D. Nonpigmented

E. Pilus

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.05.02 Identify the components of a hair and a hair follicle.
Section: 05.05b
Topic:Integumentary System

33. Fine hair called _________, which is unpigmented or lightly pigmented, is the primary human hair and is found on the upper and lower limbs.

A. Terminal

B. Lanugo

C. Vellus

D. Cuticle

E. Phalanx

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.05.01 Describe the structure and functions of nails.
Section: 05.05b
Topic:Integumentary System

34. The part of the hair that extends beyond the skin surface is called the

A. Shaft

B. Root

C. Bulb

D. Papilla

E. Alopecia

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.05.02 Identify the components of a hair and a hair follicle.
Section: 05.05b
Topic:Integumentary System

35. There are ______ recognizable zones along the length of a hair.

A. 2

B. 3

C. 4

D. 5

E. 6

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.05.02 Identify the components of a hair and a hair follicle.
Section: 05.05b
Topic:Integumentary System

36. The structure responsible for actually pulling on the follicle and causing goose bumps is the

A. External root sheath

B. Internal root sheath

C. Epithelial root sheath

D. Arrector pili muscle

E. Papilla

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.05.02 Identify the components of a hair and a hair follicle.
Section: 05.05b
Topic:Integumentary System

37. Where on the human body is the hair thick enough to retain heat?

A. Beard

B. Axillary region

C. Nose

D. Pubic region

E. Scalp

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.05.03 Describe the growth, distribution, and replacement of hairs.
Section: 05.05b
Topic:Integumentary System

38. Which of these are functions of hair?
a: Sensory reception
b: Heat retention
c: Pheromone dispersal
D: Protection
e: Visual identification

A. a, b, d

B. a, d, e

C. a, d, e

D. a, b, d, e

E. a, b, c, d, e

Blooms Level: 2. Understand
Difficulty: Medium
Learning Objective: 05.05.02 Identify the components of a hair and a hair follicle.
Section: 05.05b
Topic:Integumentary System

39. The growth rate for a scalp hair is about _______ per day for 2 to 5 years, and then the hair becomes dormant.

A. 1.0 mm

B. 1.0 cm

C. 1/2 mm

D. 1/3 mm

E. 0.75 mm

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.05.03 Describe the growth, distribution, and replacement of hairs.
Section: 05.05b
Topic:Integumentary System

40. Which are found in sweat?
a: Water
b: Sodium
c: Metabolites
d: Waste products

A. a, b, c, d

B. a, c, d

C. a, d

D. a, c

E. a, b, d

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.05.05 Identify and describe the characteristics of sweat glands, sebaceous glands, and other glands found in the skin.
Section: 05.05c
Topic:Integumentary System

41. The secretion of the ceruminous glands forms
a: Cerumen with sebum and exfoliated keratinocytes
b: Cerumen, which is waterproof
c: Cerumen, which traps small insects
d: Cerumen, which lubricates the eardrum
e: Cerumen, which is a pheromone-like compound

A. a, b, d, e

B. a, d, e

C. a, b, c, e

D. a, b, e

E. a, b, c, d

Blooms Level: 4. Analyze
Difficulty: Difficult
Learning Objective: 05.05.05 Identify and describe the characteristics of sweat glands, sebaceous glands, and other glands found in the skin.
Section: 05.05c
Topic:Integumentary System

42. The greatest risk factor for skin cancer is

A. Exposure to UV light rays

B. Advanced age

C. Being a female

D. Low skin hydration levels

E. Using excessive sun block

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.07.02 Identify the warning signs and characteristics of skin cancer.
Section: 05.07a
Topic:Integumentary System

43. Fingernails and toenails start to form in the ______ week of development.

A. 2nd

B. 3rd

C. 5th

D. 10th

E. 16th

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.08.02 Describe the development of epidermal derivatives.
Section: 05.08a
Topic:Integumentary System

44. During the development of the fetus, which must be present before hair can form?

A. Hair follicles

B. Vernix caseosa

C. Lanugo

D. Vellus

E. None of these answers are correct as they all will appear after the formation of scalp hair

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.08.02 Describe the development of epidermal derivatives.
Section: 05.08a
Topic:Integumentary System

Topic:Integumentary System

45. Which number indicates the reticular layer of the dermis?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

E. 5

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Figure: 05.01
Learning Objective: 05.01.01 Describe the general structure of the integument.
Section: 05.01a
Topic:Integumentary System

46. Which number indicates a dermal papilla?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

E. 5

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Figure: 05.01
Learning Objective: 05.01.01 Describe the general structure of the integument.
Section: 05.01a
Topic:Integumentary System

47. Number 5 indicates a/an

A. Eccrine gland

B. Hair follicle

C. Hair matrix

D. Hair shaft

E. Epidermal ridge

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Figure: 05.01
Learning Objective: 05.01.01 Describe the general structure of the integument.
Section: 05.01a
Topic:Integumentary System

Topic:Integumentary System

48. Which number indicates the lunula?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

E. 5

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Figure: 05.08
Learning Objective: 05.05.01 Describe the structure and functions of nails.
Section: 05.05a
Topic:Integumentary System

49. Which number indicates the eponychium?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

E. 5

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Figure: 05.08
Learning Objective: 05.05.01 Describe the structure and functions of nails.
Section: 05.05a
Topic:Integumentary System

50. Number 1 is pointing to the

A. Eponychium

B. Hyponychium

C. Free edge

D. Cuticle

E. Nail fold

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.05.01 Describe the structure and functions of nails.
Section: 05.05a
Topic:Integumentary System

Topic:Integumentary System

51. Which number indicates the hair root?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

E. 5

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Figure: 05.09
Learning Objective: 05.05.02 Identify the components of a hair and a hair follicle.
Section: 05.05b
Topic:Integumentary System

52. Which number indicates the arrector pili muscle?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

E. 5

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Figure: 05.09
Learning Objective: 05.05.02 Identify the components of a hair and a hair follicle.
Section: 05.05b
Topic:Integumentary System

True / False Questions

53. The skin consists of different tissue types that perform specific activities and therefore is to be considered an organ.

TRUE

Blooms Level: 3. Apply
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.01.01 Describe the general structure of the integument.
Section: 05.01a
Topic:Integumentary System

54. The thickness of the skin as a cover is consistent throughout the body.

FALSE

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.02 Identify the epidermal variations in thickness, color, and markings.
Section: 05.02b
Topic:Integumentary System

55. When the body is cold and needs to conserve heat, the blood vessels in the dermis dilate to allow for more blood flow in that region.

FALSE

Blooms Level: 3. Apply
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.03.02 Identify nerve and blood supply to the dermis.
Section: 05.03d
Topic:Integumentary System

56. The epidermal dendritic cells are able to play an important immune response role by their phagocytic activity.

TRUE

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.01 Describe the structure, composition and arrangement, and functions of the epidermal strata.
Section: 05.02a
Topic:Integumentary System

57. Melanocyte cytoplasmic processes transfer pigment granules into stratum basale keratinocytes; these pigment granules shield the nuclear DNA from UV radiation.

TRUE

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.02 Identify the epidermal variations in thickness, color, and markings.
Section: 05.02b
Topic:Integumentary System

58. The epidermis exhibits variations among different body regions within a single individual, as well as differences between individuals.

TRUE

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.02 Identify the epidermal variations in thickness, color, and markings.
Section: 05.02b
Topic:Integumentary System

59. The thin epidermis, lacking the stratum lucidum, contains only four strata and covers most of the body.

TRUE

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.02 Identify the epidermal variations in thickness, color, and markings.
Section: 05.02b
Topic:Integumentary System

60. The reason for the reddish tint seen in lightly pigmented skin is the molecule formed by the combination of oxygen and melanin.

FALSE

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.02 Identify the epidermal variations in thickness, color, and markings.
Section: 05.02b
Topic:Integumentary System

61. Carotene, a pigment that contributes to skin color, is acquired in the body by eating various yellow-orange vegetables.

TRUE

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.02 Identify the epidermal variations in thickness, color, and markings.
Section: 05.02b
Topic:Integumentary System

62. Dermal papillae are more superficial than epidermal ridges.

FALSE

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.03.01 Describe the organization and function of the layers of the dermis.
Section: 05.03a
Topic:Integumentary System

63. A surgeon would prefer to do an incision parallel to a cleavage line.

TRUE

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.03.01 Describe the organization and function of the layers of the dermis.
Section: 05.03c
Topic:Integumentary System

64. The subcutaneous layer, or hypodermis, is one of the two parts of the integument.

FALSE

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.03.01 Describe the organization and function of the layers of the dermis.
Section: 05.03a
Topic:Integumentary System

65. Nails, hair, and sweat and sebaceous glands are all derived from the epidermis.

TRUE

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.01 Describe the structure, composition and arrangement, and functions of the epidermal strata.
Section: 05.02a
Topic:Integumentary System

66. Most of the nail body appears pink because of the blood in the underlying capillaries.

TRUE

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.05.01 Describe the structure and functions of nails.
Section: 05.05a
Topic:Integumentary System

67. The sebaceous gland secretion called sebum has bactericidal properties.

TRUE

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.05.05 Identify and describe the characteristics of sweat glands, sebaceous glands, and other glands found in the skin.
Section: 05.05c
Topic:Integumentary System

68. The ability of the components of the integumentary system to respond to stress or trauma is independent of nervous or endocrine system control.

TRUE

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.06.01 Identify how burns affect the integument.
Section: 05.06
Topic:Integumentary System

69. During aging of the integumentary system, sweat production increases as a result of improved sweat gland activity.

FALSE

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.07.01 Describe the changes that occur in the skin during aging.
Section: 05.07a
Topic:Integumentary System

70. During the fetal period, sebum from the sebaceous glands mixes with the cells of the sloughed off periderm to form the vernix caseosa.

TRUE

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.08.02 Describe the development of epidermal derivatives.
Section: 05.08d
Topic:Integumentary System

71. Although sweat and sebaceous glands develop from the stratum basale of the epidermis, they eventually burrow and remain in the underlying dermis.

TRUE

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.08.02 Describe the development of epidermal derivatives.
Section: 05.08d
Topic:Integumentary System

Fill in the Blank Questions

72. The scientific study and treatment of the integumentary system is called ________.

dermatology

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.01.01 Describe the general structure of the integument.
Section: 05.01a
Topic:Integumentary System

73. _________ perspiration is the release of water vapor from sweat glands under normal conditions when one is not sweating.

Insensible

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.01.02 Identify the varied functions of the integument.
Section: 05.01b
Topic:Integumentary System

74. Another name for sweating is ________ perspiration.

sensible

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.01.02 Identify the varied functions of the integument.
Section: 05.01b
Topic:Integumentary System

75. The stratum basale attaches to an underlying _______ membrane that separates the epidermis from the adjacent dermis.

basement

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.01 Describe the structure, composition and arrangement, and functions of the epidermal strata.
Section: 05.02a
Topic:Integumentary System

76. The stratum _________ derives its name from the spiny appearance of the bridges that connect neighboring cells.

spinosum

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.01 Describe the structure, composition and arrangement, and functions of the epidermal strata.
Section: 05.02b
Topic:Integumentary System

77. The stratum _______ is only found in thick skin, such as the skin covering the palms and soles.

lucidum

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.02 Identify the epidermal variations in thickness, color, and markings.
Section: 05.02b
Topic:Integumentary System

78. The condition in which the skin appears golden brown as a result of Addison Disease is called ________.

bronzing

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.02 Identify the epidermal variations in thickness, color, and markings.
Section: 05.02b
Topic:Integumentary System

79. A ________ is a bruise that is visible through the skin.

hematoma

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.02 Identify the epidermal variations in thickness, color, and markings.
Section: 05.02b
Topic:Integumentary System

80. A ______, also called a mole, is a harmless, localized overgrowth of melanin-forming cells.

nevus

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.01 Describe the structure, composition and arrangement, and functions of the epidermal strata.
Section: 05.02b
Topic:Integumentary System

81. A _______ is a congenital anomaly that results in skin discoloration due to blood vessels that proliferate and form a benign tumor.

hemangioma

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Medium
Learning Objective: 05.03.02 Identify nerve and blood supply to the dermis.
Section: 05.03d
Topic:Integumentary System

82. The police science of fingerprinting takes advantage of the unique pattern of ________ ridges found on human fingers, toes, palms, and soles.

friction

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.02 Identify the epidermal variations in thickness, color, and markings.
Section: 05.02b
Topic:Integumentary System

83. The epidermal ridges and dermal ________ increase the area of contact between the epidermis and dermis to help connect these layers.

papillae

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.02 Identify the epidermal variations in thickness, color, and markings.
Section: 05.02b
Topic:Integumentary System

84. Collagen fibers impart tensile strength to our skin while ______ fibers allow for some stretch and contraction in the dermis during movement.

elastic

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.03.01 Describe the organization and function of the layers of the dermis.
Section: 05.03a
Topic:Integumentary System

85. When the body is too warm, dermal blood vessels will undergo _______ in order to increase heat loss.

vasodilation

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.03.02 Identify nerve and blood supply to the dermis.
Section: 05.03d
Topic:Integumentary System

86. _______ is a fine, unpigmented, downy hair that first appears on the fetus in the last trimester of development.

Lanugo

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.05.04 Describe how hair changes throughout life.
Section: 05.08c
Topic:Integumentary System

87. Hair production involves a specialized type of keratinization that occurs in the hair ______.

matrix

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.05.04 Describe how hair changes throughout life.
Section: 05.08c
Topic:Integumentary System

88. The cells of the hair follicle walls are organized into ______ (number) principal concentric layers.

two

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.05.03 Describe the growth, distribution, and replacement of hairs.
Section: 05.08c
Topic:Integumentary System

89. Thinning of the hair is called ________.

alopecia

Blooms Level: 2. Understand
Difficulty: Medium
Learning Objective: 05.05.04 Describe how hair changes throughout life.
Section: 05.08c
Topic:Integumentary System

90. Sudoriferous glands and ______ glands are examples of exocrine glands in the skin.

sebaceous

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Medium
Learning Objective: 05.05.05 Identify and describe the characteristics of sweat glands, sebaceous glands, and other glands found in the skin.
Section: 05.08d
Topic:Integumentary System

91. Sweat gland secretion occurs in response to stimulation by the _______ division of the nervous system.

sympathetic

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.05.05 Identify and describe the characteristics of sweat glands, sebaceous glands, and other glands found in the skin.
Section: 05.08d
Topic:Integumentary System

92. The cells that contract and squeeze sweat glands causing them to discharge their accumulated secretions are called __________ cells.

myoepithelial

Blooms Level: 3. Apply
Difficulty: Medium
Learning Objective: 05.08.02 Describe the development of epidermal derivatives.
Section: 05.08d
Topic:Integumentary System

93. The secretion of ________ sweat glands is viscous, cloudy, and rich in proteins and lipids.

apocrine

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.04.01 Identify and describe the structure and function of the subcutaneous layer.
Section: 05.05c
Topic:Integumentary System

94. Sebaceous glands discharge an oily, waxy secretion called _______.

sebum

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.01 Describe the structure, composition and arrangement, and functions of the epidermal strata.
Section: 05.05c
Topic:Integumentary System

95. ________ glands are modified sweat glands located only in the external ear canal.

Ceruminous

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.01 Describe the structure, composition and arrangement, and functions of the epidermal strata.
Section: 05.05c
Topic:Integumentary System

96. The mammary glands of the breasts are modified ______ sweat glands.

apocrine

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.02.01 Describe the structure, composition and arrangement, and functions of the epidermal strata.
Section: 05.05c
Topic:Integumentary System

97. In response to severe injuries or burns, the body may repair itself by producing scar tissue to fill the damaged area. This process is called _______.

fibrosis

Blooms Level: 2. Understand
Difficulty: Medium
Learning Objective: 05.06.01 Identify how burns affect the integument.
Section: 05.06
Topic:Integumentary System

98. The skins immune responsiveness will be diminished by a decrease in the number of epidermal _________ cells.

dendritic

Blooms Level: 2. Understand
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.07.01 Describe the changes that occur in the skin during aging.
Section: 05.07a
Topic:Integumentary System

99. The dermis is derived from mesoderm, but prior to the formation of the components of the dermis the mesoderm layer forms a connective tissue layer called _________.

mesenchyme

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objectives: 05.08.01 Describe the development of the integument from surface ectoderm and mesoderm.
Section: 05.08a
Topic:Integumentary System

100. A ________ is an accumulation of excess scar tissue caused by collagen formation during healing.

keloid

Blooms Level: 3. Apply
Difficulty: Medium
Learning Objective: 05.07.01 Describe the changes that occur in the skin during aging.
Section: 05.06
Topic:Integumentary System

101. Caused by the human papillomavirus, a ______ is a roughened projection from the surface of the skin.

wart

Blooms Level: 1. Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 05.07.01 Describe the changes that occur in the skin during aging.
Section: 05.06
Topic:Integumentary System

Chapter 5. Integumentary System Summary

Category # of Questions
Blooms Level: 1. Remember 77
Blooms Level: 2. Understand 6
Blooms Level: 3. Apply 9
Blooms Level: 4. Analyze 9
Difficulty: Difficult 8
Difficulty: Easy 78
Difficulty: Medium 15
Figure: 05.01 3
Figure: 05.08 2
Figure: 05.09 2
Learning Objective: 05.01.01 Describe the general structure of the integument. 6
Learning Objective: 05.01.02 Identify the varied functions of the integument. 5
Learning Objective: 05.02.01 Describe the structure, composition and arrangement, and functions of the epidermal strata. 15
Learning Objective: 05.02.02 Identify the epidermal variations in thickness, color, and markings. 20
Learning Objective: 05.03.01 Describe the organization and function of the layers of the dermis. 7
Learning Objective: 05.03.02 Identify nerve and blood supply to the dermis. 5
Learning Objective: 05.04.01 Identify and describe the structure and function of the subcutaneous layer. 4
Learning Objective: 05.05.01 Describe the structure and functions of nails. 8
Learning Objective: 05.05.02 Identify the components of a hair and a hair follicle. 7
Learning Objective: 05.05.03 Describe the growth, distribution, and replacement of hairs. 3
Learning Objective: 05.05.04 Describe how hair changes throughout life. 3
Learning Objective: 05.05.05 Identify and describe the characteristics of sweat glands, sebaceous glands, and other glands found in the skin. 5
Learning Objective: 05.06.01 Identify how burns affect the integument. 2
Learning Objective: 05.07.01 Describe the changes that occur in the skin during aging. 4
Learning Objective: 05.07.02 Identify the warning signs and characteristics of skin cancer. 1
Learning Objective: 05.08.02 Describe the development of epidermal derivatives. 5
Learning Objectives: 05.08.01 Describe the development of the integument from surface ectoderm and mesoderm. 1
Section: 05.01a 6
Section: 05.01b 5
Section: 05.02a 10
Section: 05.02b 22
Section: 05.03 1
Section: 05.03a 4
Section: 05.03b 1
Section: 05.03c 1
Section: 05.03d 5
Section: 05.04 3
Section: 05.05a 7
Section: 05.05b 10
Section: 05.05c 7
Section: 05.06 4
Section: 05.07a 3
Section: 05.08a 3
Section: 05.08c 4
Section: 05.08d 5
Topic:Integumentary System 104

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