setiform


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setiform

(sē′tə-fôrm′)
adj.
Shaped like a seta or bristle.
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Spinal formula leg I: 3/3, with the basal internal spine setiform; leg II: unknown (lost); legs III and IV: 4/4.
lerneri based on the shape of the setae on the second segment of the antennary exopod (with one strongly pinnate and two setiform elements in P nichollsi and P.
Rostral (ro, 61-69), lamellar (le, 90-102) and interlamellar (in, 114-127) setae setiform, barbed.
All the prodorsal setae lanceolate serrate in ziaii but V2 and Sc1 setae setiform, smooth seta sc2 serrate in shahbazii.
All dorsal setae long, wide and setiform, their margins bear short hairs.
(Solifugae, Melanoblossiidae) with notes on the setiform flagellar complex of Melanoblossiinae Roewcr, 1933.
Palpus: Dorsal seta on palp femorogenu is barbed, narrow, setiform (Fig.
Hypostomal setae: h1 long (ca 55 [micro]m), smooth and setiform; h2, h3 and h4 short (ca 20-25 [mciro]m), marginally serrate.
Different types of bracts may be recognize in the inflorescence: (1) foliaceous, with a well-developed blade and a scarcely or not developed sheath; (2) setiform, without a sheath, the leaf blade enlarges at the base but the mid and upper portions are narrow and stretched (setalike), sometimes acuminate; and (3) glumaceous, similar to a glume, but with a short setiform appendix.