Integumentary System

∞ generated and posted on 2016.01.24 ∞

Tissue membrane coverings of the outer surfaces of the body.

This chapter considers the Integumentary System which consists of mucous membranes and the skin, the latter, i.e., cutaneous membrane, as well as various skin appendages such as hair.

The above video provides a nice overview of the integumentary system.

The above video goes through in some detail what epithelial tissue is all about, particularly starting at about 3:22.

The above video goes through in some detail what types of epithelial tissue there is out there.

The above video goes through in some detail what types of epithelial tissue exist.

The above video provides a review of the integumentary system, though note that the narrator makes the mistake (7:11, 7:23, and 7:39) of describing (or calling) eccrine glandsinstead endocrine glands note also the pronunciation of the latter part of arrector pili as "pilia".


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