noun, plural se·tae [see-tee]. /ˈsi ti/. Biology.
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OTHER WORDS FROM setasetal, adjective
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Setula: a small stiff bristle or seta: in Diptera, the small thorn at the end of the subcosta.
Tubercle: a little solid pimple or small chitinous button: really a ring, which may or may not give rise to a seta.
In the higher forms a sterile foot and seta is present, and sterile cells or elaters occur with the spores.
One or more pairs of well developed anterior inner dorsocentral (acrostichal) macrocht; seta on extensor surface of hind tibia.Handbook of Medical Entomology|William Albert Riley
There is great variety in the length of the seta, which is sometimes practically absent.