Solved by a verified expert:Homework Assignment 6 Chapter 6 (The Integumentary System)1. In which of the following layers would you expect to find loose connective tissue, irregular dense connective tissue, sweat glands, and sebaceous glands?2. Which of the following dermal structures would have receptors specific for deep pressure, pain, and temperature?3. Which of the following statements is FALSE about the integumentary system?The integumentary system plays an important role in homeostasis by regulating the temperature of the bodyThe outside layer of skin, known as the epidermis, contains numerous layers of keratinized cells that form a protective barrierVitamin D is activated in the skin by exposure to ultraviolent radiation in sunlightThe stratum basale layer of the epidermis is the region that has the highest rate of mitosis and can be found only in the soles of feet and palms of hand4. Dermal papillae are the structures that form ridges at the border between the dermis and the hypodermis and make up the fingerprints of a person.True (b) False5. Which of the following glands produces a secretion that is rich in whole cells and is usually associated with sebaceous glands?Holocrine (c) MerocrineApocrine (d) Eccrine6. Which of the following types of cells is responsible for pigmentation of the skin?(a)Keratinocytes (c) Melonocytes(b)Chondrocytes (d) None of the above7. Which of the following statements is TRUE about the skin layers?The epidermis is composed of stratified squamous epithelium and contains sweat glands and sebaceous glandsThe subcutaneous layer contains a vast amount of adipose that helps to insulate the upper layersThe dermis contains five layers arranged on top of each other with the bottom layer, the stratum basale, having the highest degree of keratinizationSweat glands, found in the dermis, secrete a substance known as sebum8. Superficial partial-thickness burns are known as second-degree burns because they burn away most of the epidermis and portions of the dermis.True (b) False9. The lunula is the region of the nail where cellular (protein) growth occurs.True (b) False10. Which of the following would be considered a physiological factor determining skin color?(a) Amount of melanin in the skin(b) Degree of constriction or dilation of arterioles(c) Degree of exposure to UV sun lamps(d) Exposure to radiation