Lamella

In mushrooms, one of the thin, spore-bearing gills attached to the underside of the cup.

lamella

[n] - a thin membrane that is one of the calcified layers that form bones 2. [n] - thin plate
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Lamella

Lamella: A thin leaf, plate, disk, wafer.
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Lamella

La·mel'la noun ; plural Latin Lamellæ , English Lamellas . [ Latin lamella , dim. of lamina plate, leaf, layer: confer French lamelle . Confer Lamina , Omelet .] a thin plate or scale of anything, as a thin scale growing from the petals of ce...
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lamella

A thin, plate-like layer, middle lamella, the layer between the walls of two adjacent plant cells. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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lamella

noun thin plate
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lamella

noun a thin membrane that is one of the calcified layers that form bones
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lamella

(lә-mel´ә) a thin scale or plate, as of bone. a medicated disk or wafer to be inserted under the eyelid. adj., lamel´lar., adj.
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Lamella

• (n.) a thin plate or scale of anything, as a thin scale growing from the petals of certain flowers; or one of the thin plates or scales of which certain shells are composed.
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lamella

(from the article `lizard`) ...iguanid Uma, and the lacertid Acanthodactylus have fringes on the toes that provide increased surface area and prevent sinking into loose desert ... ...which are relatively small, mediate daylight vision (photopic vision) and colour sensation in many animals. The photosensitive photoreceptor outer ... ....
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lamella

(from the article `photosynthesis`) ...final acceptor of electrons, replacing the nonphysiological electron acceptors used by Hill. His procedures were refined further so that ... All cell walls contain two layers, the middle lamella and the primary cell wall, and many cells produce an additional layer, called the secondary ... [2 re...
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lamella

(from the article `mineral`) ...in aggregates. Examples of some descriptive terms for such aggregations, illustrated in Figure 8, are given here: granular, an intergrowth of ... ...fields of solid solution than they do at lower ones. Consequently, as temperatures decrease, the pyroxene adjusts its composition in the solid ... Microsc...
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lamella

(from the article `Anthropology and Archaeology`) ...remains of a chariot racing track from the 2nd century and a well-preserved tiled bathhouse chamber. Also in England, a scrap of gold foil found ...
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lamella

lamella (s), lamellae (pl) 1. A thin plate, scale, membrane, or layer, as of bone, tissue, or cell walls. 2. A thin scale, plate, or layer of bone or tissue, as in the gills of a bivalve mollusk or around the minute vascular canals in bone. 3. In mosses, a thin sheet of cells standing up along the midrib of a leaf. 4. In building trades, a...
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Lamella

A lamella is a thin plate, scale or film of bone or tissue.
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lamella

Type: Term Pronunciation: lă-mel′ă, -mel′ē Definitions: 1. A thin sheet or layer (such as occurs in compact bone) or sublayer. 2. A preparation in the form of a medicated gelatin disc, used as a means of making local applications to the conjunctiva in place of solutions. Synonyms: disc2, discus
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lamella

diminutive of Latin lamina = plate; hence, a small plate.
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lamella

(lua-mel;ua) A concentric ring of matrix surrounding the central canal in an osteon of mature bone tissue.
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lamella

(lua-mel;ua) A concentric ring of matrix surrounding the central canal in an osteon of mature bone tissue.
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Lamella

[cell biology] A lamella (plural, lamellae), in cell biology, is used to describe numerous plate or disc-like structures at both a tissue and cellular level. An example of this begin an extension of a thylakoid within a chloroplast, linking a thylakoid within one granum to one in another. They are the sites of photosystem I. Simply put, lam...
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Lamella

[materials] A lamella (plural lamellae) is a small plate or flake, from the Latin, and may also be used to refer to collections of fine sheets of material held adjacent to one another, in a gill-shaped structure, often with fluid in between though sometimes simply a set of `welded` plates. The term is used in biological and engineering cont...
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Lamella

[anatomy] In fish gills there are two types of lamellae, primary and secondary. The primary gill lamellae come out of the interbranchial septum to increase the contact area between the water and the blood capillaries. The secondary gill lamellae are small lamellae that come out of the primary ones and are used to further increase the contac...
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Lamella

[mycology] A lamella, or gill, is a papery hymenophore rib under the cap of some mushroom species, most often but not always agarics. The gills are used by the mushrooms as a means of spore dispersal, and are important for species identification. The attachment of the gills to the stem is classified based on the shape of the gills when view...
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Lamella

A thin, leaf-like flap or plate, the name being applied to the outgrowths of certain antennae.
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Lamella

A thin flat plate or part.
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