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1. For a layer to move from the basal layer to the top layer of the epidermis it takes....

2 weeks - 28. WKST- The Skin


2. How many layers are found in the epidermis

5- 27. BP- Skin


3. How does the skin help regulate body temperature?

By enabling excess heat to escape from the body 23.- Homeostasis Notes


21. On the skin diagram #5 is pointing to

The dead skin cells in the epidermis - 20. CLF- Skin Diagram


25. You have a new epidermis after...

3-5 weeks 27. BP- The Skin


28. Muscles associated with hair follicles and are positioned in such a way that they contract in reaction to cold or emotional stimuli.

Arrector pili - 20. CLF- Skin Diagram


37. The independent variable in our experiment with the Lab- Enzymes and Temperature was

Water temperature - 26. Lab Enzymes and Temperature


42. How many hydrogen peroxide molecules are there in the equation above.

2- 26. Lab Enzymes and Temperature


43. The bundle of smooth muscles associated with hair follicles is called

Arrector pili- 20. CLF skin diagram


48. How does the skin protect the body from disease?

By keeping disease-causing microorganisms from entering the body - 28. WKST- The Skin


53. The living cells in the epidermis are located

Beneath the dead cell- 20. CLF Skin Diagram


61. What can you conclude from the fact that your skin prevents harmful germs from entering your body

Germs can into your body through cuts and scrapes- 23. Homeostasis notes


68. What would not happen if the core body temperature was too low

Sweat would cool the body as it evaporated- 23. Homeostasis Notes


75. Prolactin production is encouraged in what type of feedback

Positive - 23. Homeostasis Notes


89. In the formula above what chemicals are present?

Hydrogen perixode, oxygen, water - 26. Lab Enzyme and Temperature


101. Fat is one type of ____________ tissue

Connective- 20. CLF Skin Diagram