Flashcards in Final Exam 2016 Deck (89)
What is the term for the outer layer of the skin that produces skin cells?
What are the glands that secrete oil and keep the skin flexible?
What is the term for Sunscreen Protection Factor - - that protects skin from UV rays?
What is a substance when dissolved in water produces OH- ions?
What is the term for the process of absorbing reflected energy in the atomophere?
green house effect
What is the term for the inner layer of the skin?
What is the term for when a diet does not contain all the necessary nutrients?
What is one of the categories of fat, it usually is a solid at room temperature and and example would be Lard or Crisco?
What is a type of fat that has double bonds between the Carbons?
What color reflects all energy?
What is the term for when the body is in balance?
What is the term for the bodies defense system?
white blood cells
What is the term for the energy that is released back into space?
What is the term for the protein that makes up hair?
What is it called when medicine we take ends up disrupting a different system?
What is the most common form of fat - - it is also when 3 fatty acids combine with 3 fats?
What is the term for when light strikes an object and it reflects back without heating up?
What is another word for Skin cancer?
What is a substance produced when mixing an acid and a base?
What is a 3 coiled chains of alpha keratin?
What is the process of capturing solar energy and converting it into a chemical form and stored as sugar?
What is the name of a hormone that increases the growth of muscles?
What is another name for the water cycle?
What is the term for when the body is not getting enough calories each day no matter what you eat?
What is it called when the pH of rain is lower than 5.4?
What is the term for the skin darkening material?
What is the type of vitamin that needs to be dissolved in fat from the diet to be absorbed by the body?
fat soluble vitamins
What is the term for the scattering of visible light in all directions?
What are bio-molecules that are necessary for growth, reporduction and life?