setose

ADJECTIVE
  1. having or covered with protective barbs or quills or spines or thorns or setae etc.
    setaceous whiskers
    burred fruits
    a horse with a short bristly mane
    bristly shrubs
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How To Use setose In A Sentence

  • From a subset of each group the Dufour's gland and later setose membrane were dissected by removing the sting apparatus with blunt forceps.
  • The body is clothed with long setose cilia which are frequently fully outstretched when the animal is resting, a slight tremor of the large membrane alone indicating vitality. Marine Protozoa from Woods Hole Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission 21:415-468, 1901
  • Capsule conical-cylindric, 5-ribbed, 25-35 mm, puberulent and sparsely setose. Find Me A Cure
  • With its finely setose appendages, G. tigrinus may be capable of suspension-feeding, as has been reported for other nontubicolous amphipods.
  • Petiole 2-6 mm, puberulent and ± setose; leaf blade papery, oblong to oblong - lanceolate, 5-11 × 1. 5-3.5 cm; base cuneate; margin ciliate; apex obtuse and mucronate; abaxial surface densely gray-white-pubescent, yellow-brown setose along midrib; adaxial surface sparsely to densely puberulent when young. Find Me A Cure
  • Petiole 2-6 mm, puberulent and ± setose; leaf blade papery, oblong to oblong - lanceolate, 5-11 × 1. 5-3.5 cm; base cuneate; margin ciliate; apex obtuse and mucronate; abaxial surface densely gray-white-pubescent, yellow-brown setose along midrib; adaxial surface sparsely to densely puberulent when young. Find Me A Cure
  • A setose lobster has distinct hairs on the swimmerets under its tails, indicating breeding condition.
  • Legs short, rather slender; fore femora somewhat setose beneath. Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society - Vol. 3 Zoology
  • A setose lobster has distinct hairs on the swimmerets under its tails, indicating breeding condition.
  • A decidious Shrubs, 0. 5-2 m tall; branches densely gray-white-pubescent, also sparsely setose when young. Find Me A Cure
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