STUDY ON CONNECTIVE TISSUE FIBRE IN NECK SKIN OF GOAT

Article Id: ARCC3297 | Page : 60·62
Citation :- STUDY ON CONNECTIVE TISSUE FIBRE IN NECK SKIN OF GOAT.Indian Journal Of Animal Research.2005.(39):60·62
P.J. Kapadnis, N.S. Bhosle and C.S. Mamade
Address : Department of Anatomy. College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences. Parbhani - 431401. India

Abstract

Dermis of skin of experimental animal consisted'of felt work of collagen, elastic, reticular fibers,
sweet glands, sebaceous glands, hair follicles and arrector pili muscles. The collagen fibres were
fine, loosely arranged and irregularly distributed in the papillary layer and were thick and densely
arranged in reticular layer elastic fiber were rare and finely branched in the papillary layer and
arranged perpendicular to skin surface, The reticular fibers were abundant in the dermo-epidermal
junction, around the sweat glands, sebaceous glands and walls of the blood vessels and in the
capsule of hair follicle.

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