Welcome to the electronic classroom of the 21st century for advanced human anatomy and physiology.  The skin is the primary organ of the integumentary system and it is th largest organ of the human body. Forming the outer protective covering of the body, the skin is a continuous sheet of cutaneous membrane.
  You have an unlimited number of attempts to aid in learning and test-taking skills. Each attempt will generate a different set of questions and answers.
   I wish you very high grade on this laboratory exercise based summary test.

5 Sample Questions

The _____ is the superficial layer (of two) in the skin.

  • A. adipose
  • B. basale
  • C. epidermis
  • D. hypodermis

The hypodermis is mainly areolar and _____ tissue.

  • A. epidermis
  • B. adipose
  • C. keratin
  • D. dermis
  • E. sebum

Stratum corneum is composed of dead cell parts and a tough, waterproff protein called_____?

  • A. basale
  • B. arrector pili
  • C. starch
  • D. keratin
  • E. collagen

Stratum _____ is the epidermal stratum in which one could find many phases of mitosis.

  • A. basale
  • B. epidermis
  • C. spinosum
  • D. hypodermis
  • E. apocrine

Cells are pushed into stratum germinativum from stratum basale.

  • A. True
  • B. False

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