trichoid


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trichoid

 [trik´oid]
resembling hair.

trich·oid

(trik'oyd),
Hairlike.
[tricho- + G. eidos, resemblance]

trichoid

[trik′oid]
resembling a hair.

trich·oid

(trik'oyd)
Hairlike.
[tricho- + G. eidos, resemblance]

trichoid

resembling hair.
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Antennal sensillum morphology and electrophysiological responses of olfactory receptor neurons in trichoid sensilla in diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae).
11 with filiform trichoid sensillae, with about 20 serrulae; serrulae at centre saddle-shaped, broadly rounded at apex, with about 5-7 irregular posterior sub-basal teeth and one large notched anterior sub-basal tooth (Fig.
The average numbers of straight and curved trichoid sensillae numbers were different in F9 and F8, respectively, while the average length of the curved trichoid sensilla was only different in F9.
Steinbrecht (1971) studied antennal morphology with scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and speculated that trichoid sensilla and basiconic sensilla had an olfactory function.
For parthenogenetic females and both sexes of bisexual adults, we observed 6 types of sensilla, including hydrofuge scales, trichoid sensilla, 2 types of squamiform sensilla, tuft hairs and Bohm bristles.
Abdomen (Figure 4): tergites 1-7 rectangular, with complete row of posterior setae, several lateral setae, some setae at midlength, two basal trichoid sensilla and elsewhere with scattered scales.
For most of these species, the principal funicular sensilla are trichoid (2 subtypes), basiconic (4 subtypes), clavate, and styloconic.
Male abdomen: First through seventh tergites entire, rectangular, each with mostly single, uninterrupted, posterior row of setae, a few lateral setae, a pair of trichoid sensilla on anterior margin, and otherwise evenly covered with scales.