Definition of setose in English:

setose

Syllabification: se·tose
Pronunciation: /ˈsētōs
 
/

adjective

chiefly Zoology
Bearing bristles or setae; bristly.
More example sentences
  • The antennae are setose, the legs slender, with cerci that are usually rather short.
  • From a subset of each group the Dufour's gland and later setose membrane were dissected by removing the sting apparatus with blunt forceps.
  • A setose lobster has distinct hairs on the swimmerets under its tails, indicating breeding condition.

Origin

mid 17th century: from Latin seta 'bristle' + -ose1.

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