Definition of lamina. Meaning of lamina. Synonyms of lamina

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Definition of lamina

Lamina
Lamina Lam"i*na (l[a^]m"[i^]*n[.a]), n.; pl. L. Lamin[ae] (-n[=e]) E. Laminas (-n[.a]z). [L. cf. Lamella.] 1. A thin plate or scale; a layer or coat lying over another; -- said of thin plates or platelike substances, as of bone or minerals. 2. (Bot.) The blade of a leaf; the broad, expanded portion of a petal or sepal of a flower. --Gray. 3. (Zo["o]l.) A thin plate or scale; specif., one of the thin, flat processes composing the vane of a feather.

Meaning of lamina from wikipedia

- lamina may refer to: planar lamina, a two-dimensional planar closed surface with m**** and density, in mathematics laminar flow, (or streamline flow)
- the capillary lamina of choroid or choriocapillaris is a layer of capillaries that is immediately adjacent to bruch's membrane in the choroid. http://www
- spinal lamina v is a lamina of the spinal cord. it is also known as the neck of the posterior horn. woolsey, robert m.; vernon w. lin; cardenas, diana
- the lamina papyracea (or orbital lamina) is a smooth, oblong bone plate which forms the lateral surface of the labyrinth of the ethmoid bone in the skull
- spinal lamina vi is a lamina of the spinal cord. it is also known as the base of the posterior horn. 'fast pain' moves to lamina vi, which controls flexion
- a planar lamina is a closed set in a plane of m**** and surface density such that: , over the closed set. the center of m**** of the lamina is at the
- be described as consisting of a visceral and a parietal lamina. the visceral lamina (lamina visceralis) covers the greater part of the testis and epididymis
- this article is about the lamina densa in skin. for other uses, see basal lamina and glomerular ba****t membrane. the lamina densa is a component of the