What do you know about apocrine glands and hair follicles?

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Apocrine glands are similar in structure, but not identical, to eccrine glands. They are found in the axillae, in the anogenital region, and, as modified glands, in the external ear canal (ceruminous glands), the eyelid (Moll’s glands), and the breast (mammary glands). They produce odor and do not function before puberty, which means they probably serve a vestigial function. The mammary gland is considered a modified and highly specialized type of apocrine gland Hair follicles...
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