Advanced Views in Primate Biology: Main Lectures of the by G. H. R. von Koenigswald (auth.), Professor A. B. Chiarelli,

By G. H. R. von Koenigswald (auth.), Professor A. B. Chiarelli, Dr. R. S. Corruccini (eds.)

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Furthermore, these glands secret a small, but constant, amount of water that keeps the thick horny surfaces soft and sensitive. Except for tupaias and tarsiers, the prosirnians and most of the Ce boidea lack eccrine sweat glands over the rest ofthe body. There are, however, variable numbers of them in the hairy skin of all Old World monkeys. Apocrine glands, tubuloalveolar structures that have nothing to do with sweating in primates, predominate on the hairy skin of pro simians and New World monkeys.

Both apocrine and sebaceous glands secrete into the pilary canal small amounts of viscid substances, which are diluted by the watery eccrine sweat and distributed over the surface of the epidermis and the entire length of the hairs; everywhere on these surfaces, microorganisms break down the secretion to make it fetid. We become aware of this additional body odor during stress, strenuous exercise, or in hot environments because sweat is the vehicle that distributes the odorous substances. A dry axilla has little odor.

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