sweat glands secrete sweat (H20, ammonia, urea, salt) onto skin surface. Function: cooling+ evaporation and removal of wastes Sebaceous gland (oil glands) secrete oil onto hair and skin. Function: prevents drying and protects against bacteria.
The sweat and sebaceous glands are in the dermis, not in the stratum corneum.
No. Apocrine glands are not sebaceous glands. They are specialized sweat glands.
sweat glands all do
sweat glands and sebaceous glands
Sebaceous glands secrete oil to protect the skin. Sweat glands secrete watery perspiration to excrete wastes and cool the body.
sebaceous sweat glands
sweat and oil glands, respectively
First one is secretion of sebaceous glands. Second one is secretion from sweat glands.
The sweat glands and the sebaceous glands. Sweat glands produce sweat which cools the body temperature. The sebaceous glands produce sebum, an oily secretion that gives the skin a smooth appearance and also protects from invading pathogens.
Apocrine glands which are sweat or sudoriferous glands not sebaceous
Yes, they are called sudoriferous glands and they do have ducts... its your sebaceous glands that do not have ducts.
No, sudoriferous glands are sweat-secreting glands. Sebaceous glands are oil-secreting glands.
The glands of the skin, or the integumentary glands, include apocrine and eccrine sweat glands, and sebaceous glands that secrete sebum, or skin oil.
lower dermis, dermis, epidermis, sebaceous glands, sweat glands, hair
Skin contains sweat glands and sebaceous glands and hair follicles.
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The medial glands of the eye are sebaceous and sweat glands. These glands produce moisture to lubricate the eye.
That would be1. Hair2.Sweat Glands3.Sebaceous glands :)
capillaries, adipose, hair follicle, sweat glands and sebaceous glands
No. Sebaceous glands produce a grease-like substance called sebum which is excreted onto the skin. They are why you get greasy if you get too far from a shower for a couple of days.
It's just called a sweat gland....another name for them are sebaceous glands
It's a modified sweat gland. Milk is essentially modified sweat, which is produced by mammary glands. Sebaceous glands produce sebum, which is this oily substance designed to lubricate skin and hair. This prevents the cells from drying out.