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Early Development of the Plant Body

Early Development of the Plant Body

Early Development of the Plant Body. Chapter 22. True or False Embryogenesis is the formation of an embryo. The developing embryo in angiosperms is photosynthetic. Embryogenesis. Embryogenesis - formation of an embryo. The first two divisions are transverse and establish embryo polarity.

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Intro to Macroinvertebrates

Intro to Macroinvertebrates

Intro to Macroinvertebrates. Aquatic Ecology Dave Werner MATES. Biological Monitoring. Biological monitoring involves collecting, identifying and counting macroinvertebrates The purpose of biological monitoring is to quickly assess both water and habitat quality

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Bryophytes Amphibians of plant kingdom

Bryophytes Amphibians of plant kingdom

Bryophytes Amphibians of plant kingdom. Dr. Maneesha Singh Assistant Professor, Department of Life Sciences SGRRITS, Patel Nagar, Dehradun, UK. Bryophyte.

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Skin Appendages

Skin Appendages

Skin Appendages. Cutaneous glands. Hair. Nails. Endocrine vs. Exocrine Glands. Endocrine glands – secretions (hormones) diffuse directly into the blood Exocrine glands – release secretions to an epithelial surface via ducts Include cutaneous glands. Cutaneous Glands.

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Skin Appendages

Skin Appendages

Skin Appendages. These appendages come from the epidermis and help maintain the body’s homeostasis. Cutaneous glands Sebaceous glands Sweat glands Hair Hair follicles Nails. Appendages of the Skin. Sebaceous glands Produces oil Lubricant for skin which keeps skin soft and moist

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Skin Appendages

Skin Appendages

Skin Appendages. These appendages come from the epidermis and help maintain the body’s homeostasis. Cutaneous (relating to skin) glands Sebaceous glands Sweat glands Hair Hair follicles Nails. Appendages of the Skin. Sebaceous glands Produce oil

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Skin Appendages

Skin Appendages

Skin Appendages. Cutaneous glands. Hair. Nails. Endocrine vs. Exocrine Glands. Endocrine glands – secretions (hormones) diffuse directly into the blood Exocrine glands – release secretions to an epithelial surface via ducts Include the cutaneous glands. Cutaneous Glands.

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Skin & Appendages

Skin & Appendages

Skin & Appendages. I. General Concepts and Considerations. A. Heaviest single organ of body. 16% of total body weight 1.2 - 2.3 m 2 surface area. Epidermis. Dermis. Hypodermis. C. Functions of the skin. Protection from injury, desiccation, infection Regulation of body temperature

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SKIN & APPENDAGES

SKIN & APPENDAGES

SKIN & APPENDAGES. PROF. DR. FAUZIAH OTHMAN DEPT OF HUMAN ANATOMY. Contents:. Function of skin Epidermis- layer & cell of epidermis Dermis –papillary layer & reticular layer Subcutaneous tissue Blood vessels & skin sensorial receptors Hairs Nails

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SKIN & APPENDAGES

SKIN & APPENDAGES

SKIN & APPENDAGES. PROF. DR. FAUZIAH OTHMAN DEPT OF HUMAN ANATOMY. Contents:. Function of skin Epidermis- layer & cell of epidermis Dermis –papillary layer & reticular layer Subcutaneous tissue Blood vessels & skin sensorial receptors Hairs Nails

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Lateral

Lateral

Lateral. Head in lateral position, with the affected side nearest the bucky. Mandible and the occiput not overshadowing the c. spine. Interorbital line perpendicular to bucky. Median sagittal plane parallel to bucky. Center at a point 2.5 cm above the EAM (midway between glabella and EOP).

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Skin and Its Appendages

Skin and Its Appendages

Skin and Its Appendages. Chapter 6. Integument. Skin is the largest organ in the body. Makes up 16% of total body weight. Approximately 1.6-1.9 m2 in the average sized adult Integumentary system describes the skin and its appendages Hair Nails Skin glands. Structure of Skin.

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