Integumentary System<br />Skin<br />
Introduction<br />The Integumentary System alternate term for (Skin) The largest organ of the body and can weigh more than...
Function Of Skin<br />Covers the internal structures of the body<br />protects the body from trauma and bacteria.<br />Pre...
Skin Cell<br />
3 Layers Of The Skin<br />Epidermis- is the thin, outer layer membrane layer.<br />Dermis- is the middle, firous connectiv...
Epidermis<br />The epidermis is composed of Stratified Squamous Epithelium. This type of tissue consist of:<br />Flat scal...
Dermis<br />The dermis is also referred as the Corium, is the middle layer of the skin. The dermis is good living tissue w...
Deep Layers Of Skin<br />Basal layer- cells in layers continually grows and multiply.<br />Keratin- protein cells overlapp...
Test Your Knowledge<br />What is the Epidermis?<br />How many Layers of Skin are in the cells?<br />What is Melanocyte?<br...
The End<br />Toni Hannah<br />
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Intrgumentary System

  1. 1. Integumentary System<br />Skin<br />
  2. 2. Introduction<br />The Integumentary System alternate term for (Skin) The largest organ of the body and can weigh more than 20 pounds in a Adults. The skin serves many purposes for the body. <br />Protecting<br />Housing nerve receptors<br />Secreting fluids<br />Regulating temperture<br />
  3. 3. Function Of Skin<br />Covers the internal structures of the body<br />protects the body from trauma and bacteria.<br />Prevents the lost of water and electrolytes.<br />Senses temperture, pain, touch , pressure.<br />Regulates body temperture through sweat production and evaporation.<br />Synthesize Vitamin D<br />Promote wound repair<br />
  4. 4. Skin Cell<br />
  5. 5. 3 Layers Of The Skin<br />Epidermis- is the thin, outer layer membrane layer.<br />Dermis- is the middle, firous connective tissue layer.<br />Subcutaneous- is the innermost layer containing fatty tissues.<br />
  6. 6. Epidermis<br />The epidermis is composed of Stratified Squamous Epithelium. This type of tissue consist of:<br />Flat scale-like cells, of dead cells.<br />Overlapping layers of Strata.<br />Does not have blood supply or any connective tissue.<br />Nourishment is through deeper layers of skin.<br />
  7. 7. Dermis<br />The dermis is also referred as the Corium, is the middle layer of the skin. The dermis is good living tissue with blood supply. The dermis compose<br />as connective tissue and Collagen fibers.<br />The Dermis houses the Accessory Organs:<br />hair follicles<br />sweat glands<br />sebaceaus glands<br />blood vessels<br />lymph vessels<br />sensory receptors<br />nerve fibers<br />muscle fibers<br />
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  9. 9. Deep Layers Of Skin<br />Basal layer- cells in layers continually grows and multiply.<br />Keratin- protein cells overlapping allowing skin to act as a effective barrier to infection, making it waterproof.<br />Melanocyte- a special cell which produce black pigment to the skin. ( Melanin)<br />
  10. 10. Test Your Knowledge<br />What is the Epidermis?<br />How many Layers of Skin are in the cells?<br />What is Melanocyte?<br />What are the functions of the Skin?<br />Where are the Accessory Glands located?<br />Black pigment call Melanin .<br />Covers internal organs<br />Hair, Nails, sweat glands<br />3 layers of the skin<br />Thin outer layer membrane<br />
  11. 11. The End<br />Toni Hannah<br />

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