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A histological study of apocrine sweat glands in some regions of the skin of the buffaloes in Egypt



A histological study of apocrine sweat glands in some regions of the skin of the buffaloes in Egypt



Zeitschrift fuer Mikroskopisch-Anatomische Forschung (Leipzig): 986: 845-856



Eight areas from the skin of 20 adult buffaloes were examined for histological characteristics of the sweat glands. Each of these glands is formed of saccular glandular portion and elongated cylindrical duct. The glandular epithelium appear to be columnar, cuboidal or flattened. The basal part of some cuboidal cells was occupied by a basal vacuole, giving the nucleus its cresentic shape. In surface basal view the glandular epithelial cells appeared hexagonal or polygonal in shape, the nuclei appeared rounded, eccentric in its position and the cytoplasm appeared vacuolated. The Golgi elements were more prominent in the columnar as well as the cuboidal cells, and in the flattened cells appeared as few scattered dark granules. The duct of the apocrine sweat gland was classified into proximal (inverted funnel), middle (long cylindrical) and distal (funnel in shape) which opens into their hair follicle near the skin surface.

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