VI1 - 3 Perspiration(sweat a mixture of water salt urea ammonia acids b eliminates waste and heat C Ceruminous Glands 1 simple coiled tubular

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VI. Glands A. Sebaceous Glands (oil glands) 1. generally connected to hair follicles 2. simple branched acinar glands 3. sebum - mixture fat, protein, cholesterol, salt 4. prevent dessication, keep skin soft, anti-bacterial a. infected gland - acne, blackheads B. Sudoriferous Glands (sweat glands) 1. Apocrine Sweat Glands a. simple branched tubular glands b. only in axilla (arm pit), pubic + areole areas c. in dermis, duct opens into a hair follicle 2. Eccrine Sweat Glands a. simple coiled tubular glands
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b. all over the body c. subcutaneous, opens onto epidermal surface
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Perspiration (sweat) a. mixture of water, salt, urea, ammonia, acids b. eliminates waste and heat C. Ceruminous Glands 1. simple coiled tubular glands 2. in the external auditory meatus (canal) 3. cerumen- wax-like substance, prevents entry VII. Nails A. Nail Body - portion resting in the digit itself B. Free Edge - extends from the end (part you cut) C. Nail Root - extends from the proximal nail groove a. lunula - whitish semilunar area b. eponychium (cuticle) - extension of epidermis c. nail matrix - superficial cells -> nail cells...
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2012 for the course SCIE SYG2000 taught by Professor Bernhardt during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.

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VI1 - 3 Perspiration(sweat a mixture of water salt urea ammonia acids b eliminates waste and heat C Ceruminous Glands 1 simple coiled tubular

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