If in a 100m thick layer the temperature at the bottom

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1.Epidermis(epithelial tissue),dermis(connective and muscular),hypodermic(connective adipose tissue).2.Sebaceous gland(thought all areas of the skin except palms of the hands and soles of the feet,sebum to waterproof and lubricate the skin and hair),sweat glands(thought all areas of the skin such as axillae,sweat to the epithelial surface of the skin).3.Keratin-keratinocytes(hard protein that protects the skin from mechanical stresses-predominant epidermal cell),melanin-melanocytes(black pigment which provides protection from UV light and decreases production of vitamin-D and gives skin color-melanin-prodeced cells located in the bottom layer of the skin),basement membrane(consist of the basal lamina, composed of ECM produced by keranocytes, and the reticular lamina, composed of ECM produced by the dermis. It holds the epidermis in place with molecular "glue" that prevent it from separating from the dermis).4.keratinocytes(stratum corneum,lacidum and granulosum),melanocytes(stratum spinosum and basale).5.oxygen and nutrients delivered from the deeper tissues(dermis).Are close enough to the blood suply int he dermis to get the adecuate oxygen and nutrients.6.Thick skin(palms and soles of the feet, with thickness of stratum corneum,hair follicles,sebaceous glands and arrector pili muscles),thin skin(everywhere else,with thickness of stratum corneum an  stratum lucidum).7.Tactile corpuscles and Merkel discs mapped by an instrument called monofilament. Sensory receptors can be found in the hypothalamus, aorta or carotid arteries...Stimulates are lowest in the palm of the hand than in the shoulder.

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