Difference between revisions of "aesthete"

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|etymology=Greek <i>aisthetes</i>, perceiver
 
|etymology=Greek <i>aisthetes</i>, perceiver
|definition=1. Any invertebrate [[sense organ]].  
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|definition=1. Any [[invertebrate]] [[sense organ]].  
  
 
2. ([[Arthropoda]]) Usually applied as sensory [[nerve ending]]s, but also used for sensory hairs and bristles.  
 
2. ([[Arthropoda]]) Usually applied as sensory [[nerve ending]]s, but also used for sensory hairs and bristles.  
  
3. ([[Mollusca]]: Polyplacophora) Sensory organs terminating in the tegmentum
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3. ([[Mollusca]]: [[Polyplacophora]]) Sensory organs terminating in the [[tegmentum]]
 
|see also=[[megalaesthetes]], [[micraesthetes]]
 
|see also=[[megalaesthetes]], [[micraesthetes]]
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Revision as of 14:17, 12 September 2013

aesthete also esthete (noun; Greek aisthetes, perceiver): 1. Any invertebrate sense organ.

2. (Arthropoda) Usually applied as sensory nerve endings, but also used for sensory hairs and bristles.

3. (Mollusca: Polyplacophora) Sensory organs terminating in the tegmentum

See also: megalaesthetes, micraesthetes