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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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Male: Paramere simple, without specialized setae; gonostylus with 4 spiniform setae and without preapical fine seta.
Seta is also looking for associate instructors/assessors for the delivery of engineering and related training programmes.
A further PS50,000 investment was made in computer software and ancillary equipment (dividing heads, rotary tables, boring heads, fixed steadies, and materials testing equipment) that allows Seta to deliver an in-house Technical Certificate - Level 3 Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology.
Kieren Fallon is tasked with returning Seta to winning ways in the 7f race, in which she tackles older fillies - Baileys Cacao, First City and Souter's Sister - for the first time.
Cumani said at the time that Seta lost that race through physical immaturity but word from his yard is that she strengthened up a lot over the winter and this has been borne out by a series of impressive work-outs.
Work-watchers at Newmarket could not get to the telephone quickly enough to back Seta after a sparkling gallop with two older stablemates.
SETA conducts research projects on current political, economic and social issues with a view towards providing policy recommendations.
They are sensitive to displacement, being responsive to movements of the entire seta around the basal membranous region, and can respond to displacements as small as 0.
In a warning letter sent to SETA on June 18, 2004, the FDA listed a series of "significant deviations from the regulations for human tissue intended for transplantation" and ordered the tissue bank to "take prompt actions to correct the violations.
1, A and B) Peduncle unsegmented with a strong seta at distromesial margin; outer flagellum with 2+2 short aesthetascs.