• Word Parts 

    • carcino - cancer       
    • corneo, kerato - hard
    • cutaneo, dermo - skin
    • cyano - blue
    • erythro - red
    • hema - blood
    • -tist - inflammation 
    • jaundo - yellow
    • luna - moon
    • melano - black
    • -oma - tumor
    • papilla - bump
    • parieto - wall
    • pedo - foot
    • pleuro - lung membrane
    • sebo - grease, oil
    • strata - layers
    • sudor - sweat

    Notebook Check

    • Integumentary System Notes I
    • Integumentary System Notes II
    • 3D Skin Layer Model 
    • Tattoo Article 
    • Appendages of the Skin Outline
    • Homeostatic Imbalances of the Skin 
    • Systems in Sync Diagram

    Test Focus Points

    • Describe 3 functions of the integumentary system 
    • Know which epithelial membrane lines the inside of hollow organs
    • Know the body membrane that is a connective tissue
    • Know the layers of the epidermis from most superficial to deep
      • Know the epidermal layer in whch cell division occurs 
      • Know which epidermal layer are filled with melanocytes 
      • Know which epidermal layer is found in areas where thick skin is located
    • Know the tough protein found in the epidermal layer that acts a barrier 
    • Know the major components of the dermis layer
    • Know the specific name of sweat glands 
      • Know the 2 types of sweat glands
    • Know which gland produces oil 
    • Know the structures of the nail
    • Know which layer of the skin is composed of adipose tissue
    • Know what happens to blood vessels when body temperature rise
    • Know the rare but deadly form of skin cancer
    • Describe the ABCDE rule of recognizing melanoma
    • Recognize & match the functions of skin conditions related to pigment & homeostatic imbalances of the skin 
    • Locate and label the following (adipose tissue, arrector pili, dermis, epidermis, hair follicle, hypodermis, sweat gland, and sebaceous gland) on a skin diagram
    • Explain how wrinkles occur
    • Describe the difference between first, second, and third degree burns
    • Describe how the integumentary system interacts and works with one other body system