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seta

[′sed·ə]
(biology)
A slender, usually rigid bristle or hair. Also known as chaeta.
In mosses and liverworts, the stalk of the sporophyte supporting the capsule.
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Employers wishing to participate in this scheme will need to offer high-quality work placements in partnership with Seta.
They are present as follows: more sclerotized and granulate than deutonymph; lighter in color than carapace, dark cream with 2 brown spots; most tergal setae short with terminal denticulations; tergites IX to XI with longer median setae; and tergite XI with 2 very long and simple tactile setae; tergal setae situated irregularly, tergites I to III with serial setae (in one row), each half-tergite of segments IV to X with 1 median seta, tergite XI with dispersed setae; tergites I-IX divided by narrow median line; tergites X and XI not divided; and tergal chaetotaxy is shown in Table 3.
Torn It was evident to all those present on the gallops last week that Seta has really wintered well and looked a picture.
"But I feel Seta has more natural talent and class.
The FDA cited a second incident in which 2 SETA "recovery specialists" failed to properly identify a donor which led to tissue being recovered whose "suitability had not been determined" but was never distributed.
2E) Palp with 2, 2, 2, 3 setae; broad scaphognathite with narrow posterior lobe having a long naked seta; coxal endite with 6 distal setae; basal endite with 7 distal setae.
Two pectinate setae and one unisetulated seta on IDL instead of two strong claw-like setae with a setulated projection.
During this month, Seta will tour the restaurants of different regions to get exposure and pick up regional food preferences.
Among the social activities was the SETA annual dinner dance on the first evening, then Racal-Milgo hosted SETA members on Tuesday evening, bringing in Sherry to emcee the festivities, which included the Charlie Daniels Band and the Sun Country Band.
In the specimens from Santa Marta examined the inner proximal seta of P4ENP3 does not reach beyond the apical inner seta (Fig.
In ricinuleids, a putative adhesive seta with spatulate tip has been shown to possess a secretory system that oozes at the base of the shaft (Talarico et al.
2 tubercles: 2 (Di + De + DL)) and the presence of seta M on the tibiotarsi (in Vietnura present, in Intricatonura gen.