Arista

A large bristle, located on the dorsal edge of the apical antennal segment in some Diptera.

Arista

(Italian) Roast loin of pork

arista

Latin, meaning: the point of the ear, the beard on an ear of wheat
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arista

[n] - bristlelike process near the tip of the antenna of certain flies
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Arista

A·ris'ta noun [ Latin ] (Botany) An awn. Gray.
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arista

<botany> An awn. ... Origin: L. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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arista

noun bristlelike process near the tip of the antenna of certain flies
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Arista

• (n.) An awn.
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Arista

Arista is a Lat In girl name. The meaning of the name is `harvest ` Where is it used? The name Arista is mainly used In Other languages. The name Arista doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Arista seems to be unique!
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arista

arista (s), aristae (pl) 1. Awn; a long-pointed process as in many grasses. 2. An awn or bristle; such as, in the beard of barley. 3. A slender bristle as on the terminal joint of the antennae of some insects; such as, the bristly structure near or at the tip of the antenna of many two-winged flies.
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Arista

[insect anatomy] In insect anatomy the arista is a simple or variously modified apical or subapical bristle, arising from the third antennal segment. It is the evolutionary remains of antennal segments, and may sometimes show signs of segmentation. These segments are called aristameres. The arista may be bare, sometime appearing no more tha...
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Arista

[1956 automobile] The Arista was a French automobile with a fiberglass body, produced in Paris from 1952 to 1967. ==Background and ruin== The firm had been founded in the late 1940s by Antonio Monge and Robert Rowe under the name Callista, but the two fell out over the future direction of the firm after its original project, a sporting mode...
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Arista

[1912 automobile] Arista is the name of two not related French automobiles, built from 1912-1915, and 1956-1967, respectively. This article describes the elder car. The Arista was a French automobile which took its name from its founder, one P. Arista-Ruffier; the marque was manufactured by the √Čtablissements Ruffier in Paris from 1912 to ...
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arista

Large bristle, usually dorsally located, on apical antennal segment
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Arista

A bristle-like outgrowth from the antenna in various flies.
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arista

a long hair that comes out of the third segment of a fly's antennae; some are simply bare hairs while others are feathery
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