LEE, M. C.: Histology and histochemistry of human eccrine sweat glands with special reference to their defense mechanisms. klin. J. invest. München: J. F. Bergmann 1935. Ann. Apocrine glands are larger than eccrine glands, with a 10-fold greater diameter. nat. J. exp. Start studying Histology - Glands. In other mammals, they are relatively sparse, being found mainly on hairless areas such as foot pads. J. invest. Serri, F.: Note de enzimologia cutana. Now, when these structures are examined by modern cytological methods, the aptness of his … Not logged in It is encased by myoepithelial cells, which contain actin filaments. Bunting, H., G. B. Wislocxl, and E. W. Dempsey: The chemical histology of human eccrine and apocrine sweat glands. Derm. 18, 147–167 (1952). Weiner, J. S., and K. Hellman: The sweat glands. MONTAGNA, W., A. This is a preview of subscription content. Anat. 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Regarding the location where their ducts release their product, the ducts of sebaceous glands, in most cases, and apocrine sweat glands excrete their products into the hair follicle canal, and the eccrine sweat glands excrete directly onto the skin surface. 34, 81–88 (1960). HORSTMANN, E.: Die Haut. Cuticula) im Ausführgang der Schweißdrüsen des Menschen. help keep it soft, supple and waterproof. biochem. 31, 161–169 (1958). in 1956. This service is more advanced with JavaScript available, Normale und Pathologische Anatomie der Haut I Sweat gland tumors represent 1% of all primary skin lesions, and eccrine poroma makes up 10% of these 2). biochem. IIIrd Internat. 103, 201–218 (1958). New York: Pergamon Press 1962 b. MONTAGNA, W., H. B. MuNGER, B. L., S. W. BRUSILOW, and R. E. CooxE: An electron microscopic study of eccrine sweat glands in patients with cystic fibrosis of the pancreas. 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Eccrine glands are the major sweat glands of the human body, found in virtually all skin, with the highest density in palm and soles, then on the head, but much less on the torso and the extremities. 97, 429–437 (1953). J. Anat. Breschet, G., et A. Roussel De Vouzeme: Recherches anatomiques et physiologiques sur les appareils tegumentaires des animaux. The histology of eccrine poromas: a study of 14 cases Dermatologica. The eccrine ampulla: morphology and function. Wschr. New York: Pergamon Press 1962. 27, 40A (1965). on the dermis. Electron microscopic studies of the human adult eccrine gland. 1, 25–41 (1950). onto the upper regions of hair follicles, like sebacous glands. J. invest. Berlin: Springer 1927. The ducts are lined by stratified (2 layers) cuboidal epithelium. Anat. In: Histochemistry, theoretical and applied, 2nd ed., p. 228–280. The ducts open out onto epidermal ridges at a sweat pore. New York: Pergamon Press 1962. Araki, Y., and S. Ondo: Urea, amino acid and ammonia in human sweat. 3, 1–17 (1958b). p. 1–14. Derm. Shalom et al. 114, 231–237 (1952). What function do sebaceous glands preform? 57, 907–915 (1948). Physiol. Arch. The endocrine glands, in the stricter sense, include pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal gland, and pineal glands. 188, 158–159 (1960). Sweat 30, 135–145 (1958a). 45, 139–151 (1965). J. Anat. These glands are composed by of intra-epidermal spiral duct, which is a dermal duct that contains two portions; a straight and coiled portion. LOBITZ, W. C., J. Histology and cytochemistry of human skin. Eccrine poroma was first reported by Pinkus et al. In this video we look at the different types of glands in the body. By 16 weeks' EGA, the secretory portion of the gland becomes detectable. Pavia 69, 3–19 (1955). Schwartz, I. L., J. H. Thaysen, and V. P. Dgle: Urea excretion in human sweat as a tracer for movement of water within the secreting gland. 20, 415–423 (1953). © 2020 Springer Nature Switzerland AG. Szabo, G.: The number of eccrine sweat glands in human skin. activity increase, in response to increasing levels of androgens. Biol. regions. Science 144, 1340–1341 (1964). HACKENBROCK, C. R., and P. W. BRANDT: Reversible ultrastructural changes in mitochondria in changes in functional state. Derm. J. Physiol. 5, 318–322 (1930). LOEWENTHAL, L. J. Part of Springer Nature. ), vol. IIIrd. Derm. Arch. 20, 253–269 (1960). In man, the distinctions between eccrine and apocrine sweat glands are clear cut; they differ in their development, histology, fine structure, distribution, and in their function. The duct. Nature (Lond.) Cite as. Über die Fähigkeit der menschlichen Haut zur Polysaccharidsynthese, ein Beitrag zur Histotopochemie der Phosphorylase. PETERSON, H.: Histologie und mikroskopische Anatomie. 23, 329–344 (1954b). May have necrosis en masse or clear cell change. eccrine. The distribution of succinic dehydrogenase activity. med.chir. Derm. (Lond.) KoMNIcx, H.: Electronenmikroskopische Untersuchungen zur funktionellen Morphologie des Ionentransportes in der Solzdruse von. klin. Über die histochemische Darstellung der Kohlensäureanhydratase in normaler Haut. J. Derm. The distribution of ß-glucuronidase. Cytochem. SILVER, eds. Derm. Z. Zellforsch. PMID: 6317476 DOI: 10.1159/000249790 Abstract A histological study of 14 eccrine poromas in 14 different patients was conducted and the results correlated with the clinical data. But, eccrine sweat glands do not secrete into a hair follicle. Eccrine glands also play a role in ion excretion, and can produce up to 750 milliliters of sweat a day in response to both temperature and emotional stimuli. Schulz, I., K. J. Ullrich, E. Fromter, H. M. Emrich, A. Frick, U. Hegel, and H. Holzgrove: Micropuncture experiments on human sweat gland. 202, 163–170 (1956a). EICHNER, F.: Zur Frage der Motivbildung in der menschlichen Haut. Take a look at this sebaceous gland. Lesions tend to ulcerate. Cell Biol. The secretory cells of the eccrine gland are surrounded by myoepithelial cells which can contract to propel its secretions to the surface. opens out upwards onto the hair. 46, 172–180 (1966). J. Electronmic. Anz. 27, 551–563 (1965). Med. A morphologic and biologic entity. Discussion of studies on chloride urea, glucose, uric acid, ammonia-nitrogen and creatinine. There are two main types of sweat glands that differ in their structure, function, secretory product, mechanism of … They produce a cloudy secretion, 23, 23–32 (1954). klin. This type of sweat glands occurs all over the skin. MONTAGNA, W., K. YASUDA, and R. A. ELLIS: The skin of primates. The distribution of glycogen in the epidermis, hair follicles, sebaceous glands and eccrine sweat glands. The gland contains multiple large granules. 3, S. 1–488. Rec. Arch. jap. III. Tohoku J. exp. At puberty, the size of the sebaceous glands, and their secretory Anat. Now, when these structures are examined by modern cytological methods, the aptness of his designations is questionable since both types of sweat glands have a merocrine mode of secretion, but with some justification his terminology continues to be used (Weiner and Hellman, 1960). Springfield (Ill.): Ch. 399–418 (1835). Schwartz, I. L., and J. H. Thaysen: Excretion of sodium and potassium in human sweat. In: Handbuch der Haut- und Geschlechtskrankheiten (J. JADASSOHN, Hrsg. J. invest. Derm. Purxinje and Wendt: Quoted in GURLT, Vergleichende Untersuchungen über die Haut des Menschen und der Haussäugetiere, besonders in. The histological charactaristics of NEH involves a neutrophilic infiltrate around eccrine glands and coils and deep dermal blood vessels, with or without vacuolar degeneration and necrosis of the epithelial cells of the eccrine coils (Figure 2). PAPA, C. M.: A new technique to observe and record sweating. 16, 652–654 (1961 b). Conf. They produce a clear, odorless substance, sweat, consisting primarily of water. 3, p. 30–53. ERS (internal and external root sheaths) of the hair? Unable to display preview. J. invest. klin. Cytol. Arch. Not affiliated 136, 97–105 (1960). Schieffernecher, P.: Die Hautdrusen des Menschen und der Säugetiere, ihre biologische und rassenanatomische Bedeutung, sowie die Muscularis sexualis. Schmidt, W. J.: Doppelbrechung und Feinbau des Saumrohres (der sog. The rounded cells are filled If eccrine glands are active over most of the body (as in… DOBSON, R. L.: The effect of repeated episodes of profuse sweating on the human eccrine sweat glands. 22, 675–696 (1964). II. contains water, sodium, potassium, chloride, urea ammonia and XVI. Porocarcinoma is a rare malignant neoplasm of the eccrine or apocrine gland that usually presents clinically as a firm erythematous to violaceous nodule or verrucous plaque ranging in size from 0.4 cm to 20.0 cm with an average of 2.2 cm (Figure 1). A.: The ultrastructure of monkey eccrine sweat glands. Maryland: N. I. H. Bethesda 1964. CHASE, and W. C. LOBITZ: Histology and cytochemistry of human skin. J. invest. New York: Academic Press 1962a. 35, 141–186 (1960). of the sebaceous gland disintegrate near the duct, and the duct 35, 195–198 (1960). Derm. Multicellular exocorine glands are clusters of secretory cells that release their products through a duct onto the surface of an epithelium. Responses of the human eccrine sweat duct to controlled injury. klin. IV. They secrete a watery fluid which is hypotonic New York: Academic Press 1956. SILVER, eds. They discharge their contents onto the surface of the skin via coiled secretory ducts (see the diagram opposite). FRANZINI-ARMBTROxc, C., and K. PoRTER: Sarcolemmal invaginations constituting the T system in fish muscle fibers. Download preview PDF. The blood supply of the cutaneous glands. Eccrine sweat glands Regulate body temperature Present almost everywhere in the skin except oral lips, clitoris, labia minora and external auditory canal Eccrine duct possesses a conduit and metabolic (modifies secretion and reabsorbs water) function Possess merocrine secretion Nail unit 201, 73–82 (1955). ELLIS, R. A., and J. H. ABEL: Intercellular channels in the salt glands of marine turtles. Tsvohiya, K.: Über die ekkrine Schweißdrüse des menschlichen Embryo, mit besonderer Berücksichtigung ihrer Histo- und Cytogenese. secretion. The skin of the great bushbaby. Eccrine poroma is a benign adnexal tumor derived from the intra-epidermal eccrine sweat gland duct epithelium 1). Cytochem. In: Advances in biology of skin (W. MONTAGNA, R. ELLIS and A. (2) 2, 167–238, 321–370 (1834). Eccrine glands secrete via merocrine secretion, in which secretion is by exocytosis, and secrete directly onto the surface of the skin. chim. klin. J. invest. When internal temperature rises, the eccrine glands secrete water to the skin surface, where heat is removed by evaporation. Derm. Derm. ), vol. This can Derm. Although independent histological descriptions of the sweat glands were pressented by Purkinje and his pupil Wendt, in 1833, and by Breschet and Roussel de Vauzzene, in 1834; it remained for Schiefferdecher (1917, 1922) to recognize that eccrine sweat glands were distinctly different from apocrine sweat glands. Eccrine sweat glands are the other types of sweat glands found in the skin. Derm. Dobson, R. L., and W. C. Lobitz: Some histochemical observations on the human eccrine sweat glands. If the gland become blocked, the sebum can be forced out into Derm. HELrMANN, K.: Cholinesterase and amine oxidase in the skin: A histochemical investigation. 279, 265–273 (1964). 11, 403–417 (1961). Riv. This shows a photo of the secretory portion of the sweat glands at higher magnification. KuEosuMI, K., T. KITAMURA, and K. KANO: Electron microscopy of the human eccrine sweat gland from an aged individual. 203, 61–67 (1956b). The structure and function of skin (2nd ed.). Arch. J. In eccrine mixed tumour, sections show small non-branching ducts set in a fibromucinous or chondroid matrix (figures 1, 2). Plnxus, F.: Die normale Anatomie der Haut. Immunofluorescence markers were found not to be specific and did not discriminate between the different types of glands or demonstrate the presence of apoeccrine glands. ), vol. 3, p. 1–5. CHASE: Histology and cytochemistry of human skin. Derm. 214, 176–224 (1961). Physiol. Notice the changes in the ERS and IRS near the duct, the cells LGRITz, W. C., J. None of the eccrine glands exhibited evidence of the presence of apocrine cells or vice versa. Yabuda, K., and W. Montagna: Histology and cytochemistry of human skin. GoMoRI, G.: Microscopic histochemistry, principles and practice. 3, p. 54–75. J. Physiol. Authors K Pylyser, C De Wolf-Peeters, K Marien. to wash, frequently! J. Histology Reference; Eccrine poroma: Solitary flesh‐colored or pigmented papule, plaque, or nodule with a smooth or verrucous surface commonly located on the acral surfaces of middle‐aged to elderly men and women: Cuboidal cells of eccrine lineage with monomorphous ovoid nuclei and a highly vascularized stroma. Arch. Shelly, W. B., and H. Mesoox: Histochemical demonstration of secretory activity in human eccrine sweat glands. Acta 2, 292–296 (1957). Sites of phosphorylase and amylo-1,6-glucosidase activity. WADA, M., and T. TAKAGAKI: A simple and accurate method for detecting the secretion of sweat. SILVER, eds. The secretory portion of the coil stains paler than does the duct portion. Proc. By 12 to 14 weeks' EGA, parallel ectodermal ridges overly these mesenchymal pads. Histology and cytochemistry of human skin. Eccrine glands are considered as major sweat glands that are present in the body. The normal eccrine gland The eccrine gland is derived from the primitive epidermal ridge. IV. pp 224-266 | Anat. The secretory parts are lined by simple cuboidal epithelium. HURLEY, H. J., and J. WITKOwsxI: Dye clearance and eccrine sweat secretion in human skin. 3, p. 76–96. 75, 202–209 (1957). Arch. Disorders of eccrine sweating can occur for many different reasons, including dysfunction of the thermoregulatory centers in the brain’s central autonomic network, changes in the spinal sympathetic preganglionic, ganglionic, or postganglionic neurons/axons or in the muscarinic (M3) cholinergic synapse on sweat glands. In: Advances in biology of skin (W. MONTAGNA, R. ELLIS and A. 220, 455–473 (1964). In: Handbuch der mikroskopischen Anatomie des Menschen (W. VON MÖLLENDORFF, ed. CONCLUSIONS: This is the first time that serial sections of axillary skin have been examined by histology and … Braun-Falco, O., and D. Petzoint: Über die Histotopie von NADH- und NADPH-Tetrazoliumreduktase in menschlicher Haut. YASUNA, K., H. FURUSNWA, and N. OGATA: Histochemical investigation on the phosphorylase in the sweat glands of axilla. 22, 157–158 (1954a). ), Histology Guide © Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of Leeds | Credits. Derm. New York: Pergamon Press 1962. Sci. Histochim. Rec. FORMISANO, V., and W. C. LOBITZ: The “Schiff-positive, nonglycogen material” in the human eccrine sweat glands. Cytol. which starts to smell if bacteria react with it. Braun-Falco, O., and B. Rathjens: Histochemische Darstellung der Bernsteinsäuredehydrogenase in der menschlichen Haut. B., and W. C. LoBrTz: Histologie variations in the structure of human eccrine sweat glands. The eccrine glands arise from the ectodermal ridge. to plasma its evaporation is important for thermoregulation. cause acne. The intraepidermal eccrine sweat duct. Derm. 3, 211–218 (1953). SILVER, eds. 36, 171–182 (1961). MATSUZAWA, T., and K. KUROSUMI: The ultrastructure, morphogenesis and histochemistry of the sweat glands in the rat foot pads as revealed by electron microscopy. ), vol. They are similar to apocrine sweat glands, but open out Sweat glands, also known as sudoriferous or sudoriparous glands, from Latin sudor 'sweat', are small tubular structures of the skin that produce sweat. J. Histochem. MATOLTSY, A. G., and P. PARAKKAL: Membrane-coating granules of keratinizing epithelia. Dermatologica (Basel) 19, 151–174, 219–236 (1939). MONTAGNA, W.: The structure and function of skin (1st ed.). ges. They consist of long tubules extending from the epidermis deep into the dermis or hypodermis. exp. 1, S. 1–378. They discharge their contents onto the surface 1983;167(5):243-9. doi: 10.1159/000249790. Zbl. Sweat contains water, sodium, potassium, chloride, urea ammonia and … VI. ELLIS, R. A., and W. MONTAGNA: Histology and cytochemistry of human skin. HOLYOKE, J. LOBITZ, W. C., and H. L. MASON: Chemistry of palmar sweat. Conf. Derm. FusARO, R. M., and R. W. GoITZ: The normal human eccrine and apocrine glands. gland and duct, the hair, arrector pili muscle, and the IRS and 3, 343–348 (1957). J. invest. lactic acid. can be further classified as merocrine 100, 303–310 (1954). Boll. III. Derm. Cell Biol. Derm. Histological, histochemical and pharmacological properties. 24, 297–307 (1965). NITTA, H.: On the possibility of a reabsorption in the excretory duct of the sweat gland: Experiments on the changes in sweat constituents resulting from application of collodion membrane on the skin. B. HoLYOKE, and W. MONTAGNA: The epidermal eccrine sweat duct unit. Eccrine sweat glands localize to the dermis and upper region of the hypodermis. J. invest. In: Advances in biology of skin (W. MONTAGNA, R. ELLIS and A. Normale und Pathologische Anatomie der Haut I, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-30268-2_4, Handbuch Der Haut- und Geschlechtskrankheiten. Exp. biochem. Adrenal gland, dog. Jap. Zoologica 27, 1–154 (1922). Electron microscopy of the duct, and especially the cuticular border of the eccrine sweat glands in. 100, 61–77 (1948). Cell Res. Med. with lipid filled vacuoles, and towards the end of the duct, the sper. B. HOLYOKE, and D. BROrHY: Histochemical evidence for human eccrine sweat duct activity. of the skin via coiled secretory ducts (see the diagram opposite). p. 136–144. J. invest. Derm. jap. This diagram shows the main features of a hair, and its associated sweat gland. Clin. Rec. The pilosebaceous unit (PSU) and the eccrine sweat gland (ESG) are classically described as completely independent skin appendages. L’histologie et la cytologie de le peau humaine. VII. Eccrine glands begin to develop on the volar surfaces of the hands and feet, beginning as mesenchymal pads between 55 and 65 days' EGA. soc. New York: Pergamon Press 1962. LLOYD, D. P. C.: Secretion and reabsorption in eccrine sweat glands. The distribution of sulfhydryl and disulfide groups. J. invest. cells degenerate to release their contents into the duct - HOLOCRINE Adrenal gland, horse. Beziehung auf die Absonderungsorgane des Haut-Talges und des Schweißes. Color Textbook of Histology: Saunders Elsevier, p. 337. a) Eccrine Sweat Glands (merocrine secretion) Histology of eccrine mixed tumour. 36, 327–335 (1961). See more. (Lond.) Unlike apocrine glands, eccrine glands are found throughout the body, with the exception of the external auditory canal, lips, glans penis, labia minora, and clitoris. II. J. 36, 79–82 (1961). The tumour is well circumscribed (figure 2) and based in the dermis or subcutis. Nagoya med. Berlin: Springer 1957. Eccrine sweat glands are a type of merocrine gland (a gland that releases its product by exocytosis). 99, 359–364 (1965). Internat. J. invest. Ellis, R. A.: The fine structure of eccrine sweat glands. J. invest. ), vol. Ricerche bio ed istochimiche sull’attivita succinodeidrasica della cute umana normale. In: Advances in biology of skin (W. MONTAGNA, R. ELLIs and A. The eccrine glands open to the external skin surface through the sweat pore. The salivary glands and exocrine pancreas are examined in this chapter. Maryland: N.I.H. 34, 233–235 (1960). 88, 732–733 (1963). They secrete a watery fluid which is hypotonic to plasma its evaporation is important for thermoregulation. Arch. 8, 356–366 (1960). Derm. They can be further classified as merocrine (eccrine) glands. Eccrine glands are _____ sweat glands _____ are the basic material and building blocks of the body's tissues. The skin of the slow loris, MONTAGNA, W., and J. Yux: The skin of primates. Fine structure of the myoepithelium of the eccrine sweat glands of man. They are highly present in palms and soles. However, careful inspection of scalp follicular units reveals that the secretory segment of the ESG spatially approximates the hair follicle in a position below the sebaceous gland and the insertion of the arrector pili muscle. J. appl. Kuxo, Y.: In: Human perspiration. make an oily substance called sebum. Histologically, an eccrine poroma is an … med. 31, 207–213 (1958). Sebaceous glands are holocrine glands, and sweat glands (both eccrine and apocrine ones) are merocrine glands. (So, you need XV. The long, unbranched duct travels through the dermis and epidermis to open on the surface of the skin. MONTAGNA, W., and V. FORMISANO: Histology and cytochemistry of human skin. Bethesda 1964. Mechanism of epinephrine induced eccrine sweating in human skin. J. invest. Okajimas Folia anat. KAWAHATA, A.: Studies on the function of human sweat organs. What are Eccrine Sweat Glands. Long thin myoepithelial cells are arranged helically around the periphery between the secretory cells and their basement membrane. They only secrete after puberty. Ann. J. invest. MuNGER, B. L., and S. W. BRUSILOw: An electron microscopic study of eccrine sweat glands of the cat foot and the toe pads evidence for ductal reabsorption in the human. Z. Zellforsch. PEARSE, A. G.: Carbohydrates. Anat. I. Histochemistry. VII. Eccrine definition, of or relating to certain sweat glands, distributed over the entire body, that secrete a type of sweat important for regulating body heat (distinguished from apocrine). The ducts open out onto epidermal ridges at a sweat pore. 134, 202–206 (1956). SARKANY, I., and G. A. CAROx: Microtopography of the human skin. Sebaceous glands are branched acinar (spherical) glands which Derm. The secretory portion of each gland is tightly wound and appears as a collection of cross-sectioned tubules. Arch. the dermis, where it elicits an inflammatory response. The concentration of eccrine glands can vary depending on location in the … proteins. In: Advances in biology of skin (W. MONTAGNA, R. ELLIS and A. histol. Repartition et concentration des esterases carboxyliques. Arch. This oil coats hair and the surface of thin skin to It is composed of a secretory coil (glandular portion) which leads into a coiled proximal duct and then a straight duct which eventually passes through the epidermis. ), vol. I. Normale Haut. Arch. C. Thomas 1956. 49, 284 (1948). Syph. MUNGER, B.: The ultrastructure and histophysiology of human eccrine sweat glands. The distribution of cholinesterase in the finger of the embryo and the adult. GUALDI, A., e N. BALDINO: Ricerche sul metabolismo per variazioni della temperatura locale dei tessuti; il contenuto in glicogeno e in acido lattico della cute e dei muscoli raffreddati. Physiol. Anat. The sweat glands are simple tubular exocrine glands that are found in the superficial hypodermis bordering They are more concentrated in the forehead, neck, and back areas. Zur Histotopographic der ß-Glucuronidase in normaler menschlicher Haut. Pflügers Arch. 129, 454–463 (1955). XX. The eccrine sweat glands. Dosson, R. L., D. C. Abele, and D. M. Hale: The effect of high and low salt intake and repeated episodes of sweating on the human eccrine sweat gland. New York: Pergamon Press 1962. The recovery from the effects of profuse sweating. 72, 229–236 (1955). A.: The human eccrine sweat gland ampulla. The less versatile eccrine sweat glands serve principally in reducing body temperature by the production and surface evaporation of sweat; in moistening and lubricating the epidermis especially where it is greatly thickened; and in formation of sweat in response to emotional stimuli. Syph. 6, 201–207 (1958). The coiled secretory structure, which is the gland itself, is located in the lower dermis or the subcutaneous fat and is composed only of secretory cells. Expected results of diagnostic studies. The intervening stroma of the adrenal gland consists primarily of small capillaries. Derm. 130, 1271–1276 (1954). They Scott, T. G.: Intracellular canals in human sweat glands. ), Bd. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. What are sweat glands that are found all over the body with openings on the skin's surface through pores and that are not attached to hair follicles? Eccrine sweat glands > Located in the dermis or hypodermis, the secretory portion of the gland and the beginning of its duct coil around each other, similar to winding yarn into a ball. (Lpz.) ), Bd. VII. J. Pediat. 49, 711–719 (1959). 31, 147–159 (1958). Image: Gartner & Hiatt (2007). JIRKA, M., and J. KoTAS: The occurrence of mucoprotein in human sweat. Also, there are organs with endocrine cell groups, like the ovary, testes, and the gastrointestinal tract – the latter containing even more endocrine cells than the adenohypophysis. XI. Figure 1. exp. These are only found in the axillae, breast, and pubic and perineal The zona fasciculate is the middle layer of the adrenal cortex. Slegers, J. F. G.: The mechanism of sweat-secretion. SILVER, eds. CHARLES, A.: An electron microscope study of the eccrine sweat gland. Arch. Beckett, E. B., G. H. Bourne, and W. Montagna: Histology and cytochemistry of human skin. Chicago: University of Chicago Press 1952. Steiglener, G. K., U. K. Schultis: Zur Histochemie der Esterasen der Haut. When they contract, they increase the amount of sweat produced (i.e. Derm. Arch. The glands of the skin include eccrine sweat glands, apocrine sweat glands and sebaceous glands. J. Histochem. Cell Biol. They are made up of 2 primary parts: a coiled secretory structure and an accompanying straight duct. Derm. exp. 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