chaeto-

Pref. "ขน"

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  • chaeto- — [kēt′ō, kēt′ə] [< Gr chaitē, hair: see CHAETA] combining form hair or bristles [chaetopod]: see also SETI : also, before a vowel, chaet …   English World dictionary

  • chaeto- — a combining form meaning hair, used in the formation of compound words: chaetophorous. [1865 70; comb. form repr. Gk chaíte; see CHAETA] * * * …   Universalium

  • chaeto- — a word element meaning hair , as in chaetopod. Also, (before vowels), chaet . {combining form representing Greek chaitē} …   Australian English dictionary

  • chaeto- — combining form see chaet * * * a combining form meaning hair, used in the formation of compound words: chaetophorous. [1865 70; comb. form repr. Gk chaíte; see CHAETA] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Cordylancistrus — Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Actinopterygii …   Wikipedia

  • chaetognath — /kee tog nath , teuhg /, n. 1. any animal of the phylum Chaetognatha, comprising the arrowworms. adj. 2. Also, chaetognathan /kee tog neuh theuhn/, chaetognathous. belonging or pertaining to the Chaetognatha. [1885 90; < NL Chaetognatha, neut. pl …   Universalium

  • chaetophorous — /ki tof euhr euhs/, adj. Zool. bearing bristles; setigerous. [1875 80; CHAETO + PHOROUS] * * * …   Universalium

  • chaetopod — /kee teuh pod /, n. any annelid of the class or group Chaetopoda, having the body composed of more or less similar segments with muscular processes bearing setae. [1860 65; < NL Chaetopoda; see CHAETO , POD] * * * …   Universalium

  • chaetotaxy — chaetotactic /kee teuh tak tik/, adj. /kee teuh tak see/, n. Entomol. the arrangement of bristles on the exoskeleton of an insect. [1890 95; CHAETO + TAXY] * * * …   Universalium

  • Chaetothiersia — Scientific classification Kingdom: Fungi Phylum: Ascomycota Class: Pezizomycetes …   Wikipedia

  • Coelenterazine — IUPAC name 6 (4 hydroxyphenyl) 2 [(4 hydroxyphenyl)methyl] 8 (phenylmethyl) 7H imidazo[3,2 a]pyrazin 3 one …   Wikipedia

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