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In the last few chapters, we have been looking at the cardiovascular (circulatory) and respiratory systems These are organ systems that push uids (blood or air) through pipes or vessels deep within the body interior Now, in Part 5, we will consider the ways in which our body senses detect, integrate, and communicate information about the environment And by environment, we are referring to both the external environment outside of the body and the internal environment that lies within This discussion of environmental impacts will begin with the glands and our covering: the skin
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PART 5
Our Body Senses
Background and History
10 considers our integumentary (in-teg-you-MEN-tary) system This system pertains to (-ary) our body covering or integument (in-TEG-youment) In addition, it discusses the glandular (GLAN-dyoo-lar) system, which refers to (-ar) our body s little acorns (glandul) In simpler language, the integumentary system involves our skin and its various components And the glandular system is the organ system composed of all our glands
OVERVIEW OF THE INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM (SKIN)
The skin (integument) is the largest organ in the human organism It is named for its basic function of covering the body surface Included within the skin are a number of accessory (ak-SESS-or-ee) or added structures, such as the hairs, nails, and various glands In overview, then:
INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM = SKIN + ACCESSORY STRUCTURES or + HAIRS + NAILS + GLANDS = SKIN
THE SKIN AND ITS DISORDERS
Two roots for skin are derm and dermat (DER-mat) Using the suf x, -is, we can use the rst root to build dermis (DUR-mis) This means presence of the skin The fundamental anatomy of the human skin is pictured in Figure 101 Note that the gure makes an imaginative connection to the skin of a peach, which covers the soft, wet fruit as an integument [Thinking probe: How is this situation of the peach integument similar to the role of the human integument ] The integuments of both human skins and fruity peaches have the name of their outermost layer in common It is called the epidermis (ep-ih-DERmis) The epidermis is a thin, tough, relatively waterproof layer present (-is) upon (epi-) the skin (derm) surface Go out and work in the hot sun Beads of sweat (salty water) will form on your epidermis, but won t pass through it Likewise, wash off a peach under running water On its epidermis, too, the water collects and beads, rather than penetrates The same valuable waterproo ng function occurs in the opposite direction as well In both cases, dehydration (dee-high-DRAY-shun) is prevented Dehydration is literally the process of (-tion) losing water (hydr) from (de-) the body interior
Gland and Skin Disorders
Fig 101 The human skin: A peachy integument
If we change the analogy to one of a bed covered with sheets and blankets, we can also consider the epidermis to consist of a series of epidermal (ep-ih-DERmal) strata (STRAT-uh) These are thin sheets of epithelial cells that occur in many layers or bed covers (strat) EPIDERMIS = Thin sheets or strata of epithelial cells that have an important body waterproo ng function Figure 101 also features the dermis, which is the tough, brous ( ber-rich) connective tissue layer of the skin The many collagen (KAHL-uh-jen) bers within the dermis act like glue (colla) producers (gen), making the skin hard to stretch
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