MICROMETRICAL STUDY OF SEBACEOUS GLAND IN SKIN OF RED KANDHARI COWS1

Article Id: ARCC3192 | Page : 126 - 129
Citation :- MICROMETRICAL STUDY OF SEBACEOUS GLAND IN SKIN OF RED KANDHARI COWS1.Indian Journal Of Animal Research.2007.(41):126 - 129
M.B. Hole, N.S. Bhosle and P.J. Kapadnis
Address : College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, MAFSU, Parbhani - 431 402, India

Abstract

The sebaceous glands were multilobulated simple to branched alveolar type and situated in
the papillary layer of the dermis surrounding the hair follicle. The depth of sebaceous gland in
lactating, non-lactating and pregnant cow was 346.77 μm, 399.79 μm, 676.62 μm and 251.49
μm, 406.53 μm and 537.84 μm, 338.15 μm, 361.05 μm, and 525.22 μm at the dorsal,
lateral and ventral aspect of body region respectively. The length of sebaceous gland in lactating,
non-lactating and pregnant group was 75.19 μm, 106.56 and 96.11, 96.94, 75.86 and
78.18, 78.35, 68.06 and 96.81 μm at the dorsal, lateral and ventral aspect of the body
regions respectively. The width of the sebaceous gland in lactating, non-lactating and pregnant
cow was 74.86, 59.42 and 64.07, 69.95, 68.99 and 59.09, 53.95, 47.14 and 49.13 μm at
the dorsal, lateral and ventral aspect of body regions respectively

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