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Horizontaal
Skin, hair and nails (integumentary system)  related topic: Senses: touch
Dermatology nail anatomy, the fingernail is an important structure made of keratin that has 2 purposes. The fingernail acts as a protective plate and enhances sensation of the fingertip
Dermatology a branch of medicine dealing with the skin, its structure, functions, and diseases (from Greek derma, "skin"), as well as its appendages (nails, hair, sweat glands). A doctor who practices dermatology is a dermatologist
Hair
Hair hair itself is dead, but it's produced by living cells. Those cells are epidermal in nature and origin, and the hair, like the other adnexa of the skin, is epidermal in nature. Specialized keratinocytes at the base of the hair produces it, and the pigmentation in hair comes from melanocytes, just as the pigmentation of the skin does
Hair hair is largely made up of a protein called keratin. Cells in the hair follicle regularly produce the keratin and other proteins that become incorporated into the hair shaft. Coloration comes from melanocytes which produce the brown pigment melanin
Hair the outer layer of your skin is called the epidermis, and it's full of holes. There are pores, sweat glands, and hair follicles, which are the pits from which hairs grow. Follicles extend well down into the dermis, or 'underneath skin', and grow from a bulb, or root
Hair biology
Hair biology skin and hair biology
Hair biology hair follicle embryogenesis
Hair follicle & hair growth hair follicle & hair growth
Hair structure hair structure and permanent hair wave, keratin, melanocytes, melanin
Hair structure and life cycle each strand of hair consists of three layers: an innermost layer or medulla which is only present in large thick hairs, the middle layer known as the cortex. The cortex provides strength and both the color and the texture of hair, the outermost layer is known as the cuticle. The cuticle is thin and colorless and serves as a protector of the cortex
Integumentary system nail, matrix, keratin, skin, glands of the skin, the structure and function of hair and hair follicles, common skin infections
Integumentary system The Integument - the skin and all of its derivatives, skin (epidermis, dermis, hypodermis), derivatives (sweat glands, sebaceous glands, mammary glands, hair, nails, claws, hooves, horns, antlers, combs, wattles, and feathers)
Integumentary system integumentary system (skin), ppt file
Integumentary system integumentary system (skin), ppt file
Integumentary system integumentary system (skin), ppt file
Integumentary system color images
Nail anatomy
Skin anatomy the skin the largest organ of the body is made up of a thin outer layer (called the epidermis) and a thicker outer layer (called the dermis)
Skin, hair, and nails the skin is the largest organ of the body, with a surface area of 18 square feet. Its two main layers are the epidermis (outer layer) and dermis (inner layer). The epidermis has several strata (layers) that contain four cell types. Keratinocytes produce keratin, a protein that gives skin its strength and flexibility and waterproofs the skin surface. Melanocytes produce melanin, the dark pigment that gives skin its color, pdf file
Skin - hair - nail anatomy ppt file
Skin - hair - nail anatomy the integumentary system, ppt file
Skin the epidermis is the epithelial portion, in which cellular proliferation and renewal takes place, the dermis is the connective tissue layer underlying the epidermis. It's here you will find the blood vessels which serve the nutrient needs of the deep epidermis, as well as the nerve fibers that carry the signals from receptors located just under the epidermis
Skin the skin is the largest connective tissue in the body. It makes up about 10% of the total body weight. The skin has many roles, particularly in: protection the skin is a blockage from the external surrounding, touch sense organs for touch, pressure, pain and temperature, regulation of the physiological surrounding the skin helps the body maintain a normal body temperature, accumulate water, and get rid of toxic materials in the process of sweating, ppt file
Skin Diagram Arrector Pilli Muscle, Adipose Cells, Blood Vessels, Dermis, Epidermis, Hair Follicle, Hair Root, Hair Shaft, Hypodermis, Nerve, Sensory Nerves, Sebaceous Gland, Stratum Corneum, Stratum Basale, Sudoriferous Gland
Skin structure and function Skin Model Skin Model, Arrector Pilli Muscle, Adipose Cells, Blood Vessels, Dermis, Epidermis, Hair Follicle, Hair Root, Hair Shaft, Hypodermis, Nerve, Sensory Nerves, Sebaceous Gland, Stratum Corneum, Stratum Basale, Sudoriferous Gland, pdf file
Skin structure and function structure and function of the skin, The integument is composed of skin and its associated tissues sweat glands, sebaceous glands, hair, and nails
Tissue Structure and Function
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