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Lymph does NOT assist the body with _________.
Hard keratin makes up _________ percent of human hair.
Someone who smokes an e-cigarette that contains nicotine will experience _________.
The scientific field that studies the structure and composition of the skin tissue is _________.
Oil is secreted by _________.
Sunburn and cancer are caused by _________ rays.
Body tissues come from the basic building blocks known as _________.
Healthy skin is _________.
Eumelanin can be distinguished by an appearance that is _________.
Melanin production is stimulated by _________.
Melanin production is stimulated by _________.
What is considered a part of the nail structure?
The dermis contains a layer called _________.
Skin is strengthened by a protein substance of complex fibers called _________.
The white blood cell that digests and kills bacteria and parasites with its enzyme is called a
The oil glands are also known as _________.
The ability for skin to stretch and return to firmness is caused by _________.
What term encompasses the protective layer that is comprised of cells, mechanisms, and nerve
What is sebum?
Virus-infected cells, foreign cells, and cancer cells are all combated by _________.
What works to hydrate the skin?
The outermost layer of skin is called the _________.
When capillaries have been damaged and are now larger, or distended, blood vessels, a condition
known as _________ is present.
The type of melanin that is red and yellow in color is called _________.
The layer of the epidermis that contains cells filled with keratin that resemble little grains is the
What is an apocrine gland?
The sweat gland that is found all over the body and contains openings on the skin is called the
The part of the skin which is located next to the epidermis is the _________.
What is microcirculation?
What does the term epidermal growth factor refer to?
What does the term subcutaneous layer refer to?
What is water loss caused by evaporation on the skin’s surface?
The nail structure is partially composed of _________.
Skin irritation and intercellular transepidermal water loss are prevented by the _________.
Another term for the horny layer is the _________.
Where does cell mitosis occur?
What part of the body comprises the five sections known as the stratum corneum, stratum lucidum,
stratum granulosum, stratum spinosum, and stratum germinativum?
The small, cone-shaped structures at the bottom of hair follicles are called _________.
The oil and water balance that protects the skin’s surface is called _________.
When a dead protein cell that is dried out and lacks nuclei. It is called _________.
What enzyme stimulates melanocytes?
The glycolipid materials that are a natural part of skin’s intercellular matrix and barrier function are
collectively known as _________.
Protein structures are altered and biological activity is decreased by _________.
Blood vessels, but NOT lymph vessels are located in the _________.
What is telangiectasia?
What fibrous, connective tissue is made from protein and is found in the reticular layer of the
UVA radiation does NOT _________.
The cell that produces skin pigment granules in the basal layer is called _________.
The type of light wavelength that ranges between 320 and 400 nanometers and penetrates deep into
the skin is _________.
What is also known as aging rays?
What term does not refer to an esthetician who specializes in the beauty and health of skin?
A client who has a scar under her arm _________.
Why might a client have lighter skin than her esthetician?
Every minute, the human skin sheds _________ cells.
The body’s largest organ is _________.
What are the building blocks of tissues?
What type of skin is healthy?
What function of the skin is connected the most closely to stress reduction in older adults?
Damage to what function of the skin causes skin dehydration?
Evaporation, perspiration, radiation, and insulation all help the skin with _________.
What skin function helps synthesize Vitamin D from sunlight?
Excretion is a function of the skin’s _________.
Someone who is pubescent might have an acne breakout because of stimulated _________.
The most sensory nerve fibers in the skin are located in _________.
The part of the skin that insulates is known as _________.
Abel is shivering with cold and goose bumps appear on his arms. This is an example what part of the
What comprises 50–70 percent of the skin?
What is true of all hair on the human body?
Isabel is a young woman with a normal rate of hair growth and hasn’t gotten a haircut for the past
four months. How much has her hair likely grown?
Compared to Beta keratin, Alpha keratin _________.
What is a part of both hair and skin?
The technical term for the nail is _________.
What condition, related to circulation, causes the skin under the nails to turn purplish or blue?
What is true of the growth rate of fingernails?
The two types of nerves are called _________.
What is another name for motor nerves?
Afferent nerves is another term for _________.
One example of a motor nerve functioning is _________.
One example of sensory nerve functioning is _________.
When kissing her girlfriend, Jaime notices her underarms smell more strongly. This is due to the
production of her _________.
Sarah is feeling hot and her forehead is sweaty, which is a result of her _________.
What does exfoliation removes and deplete?
All of the following cells are replaced every six to nine months EXCEPT _________.
What do the natural antioxidants in the skin help to prevent damage from?
The harmful effects of pollution will not be counteracted by _________.
What is a result of drinking too much alcohol?
What is true of collagen and elastin production over time?