All 3 may show holocrine
secretion (hematoxylin-eosin, original magnification X200 [A through C]).
Wickett closed his presentation with a look at sebaceous glands, which he referred to as holocrine
The apical cells in desquamation found in the dense layer, including these folds, showed large electron-lucent vesicles and were engaged in holocrine
The release of the exudate is holocrine
in Swartzia dipetala (Fig.
In the midgut of insects holocrine
secretion may occur when secretory vesicles are stored in the cytoplasm until they are released; at this time, the whole secretory cell is lost to the midgut lumen.
each follicle is associated with a holocrine
sebaceous gland, and apocrine sweat gland and an arrector pilli muscle with no discernible follicle group but in sheep of present study both primary and secondary follicles were present in discernable follicle groups.
The secretory mechanism is described as apocrine in Panulirus argus (Travis, 1992), merocrine or apocrine in Caridina laevis (Pillai, 1992) and holocrine