Definition of Bilaminar. Meaning of Bilaminar. Synonyms of Bilaminar

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Definition of Bilaminar

Bilaminar
Bilaminar Bi*lam"i*nar, Bilaminate Bi*lam"i*nate, a. [Pref. bi- + laminar, laminate.] Formed of, or having, two lamin[ae], or thin plates.

Meaning of Bilaminar from wikipedia

- Bilaminar blastocyst or bilaminar disc refers to the epiblast and the hypoblast, evolved from the embryoblast. These two layers are sandwiched between...
- A trilaminar embryo (or trilaminary blastoderm, or trilaminar germ disk) is an early stage in the development of triploblastic organisms, which include...
- formation of the hypoblast and epiblast, which are the two main layers of the bilaminar germ disc, occurs at the beginning of the second w****. Either the embryoblast...
- membranous lining of the maxillary sinus cavity. Microscopically there is a bilaminar membrane with pseudostratified ciliated columnar epithelial cells on the...
- derived from the inner cell m****. Through the process of gastrulation, the bilaminar embryonic disc becomes trilaminar. The notochord forms thereafter. Through...
- is posterior to the disc. Upon clenching, the condyle compresses the bilaminar area, and the nerves, arteries and veins against the temporal fossa, causing...
- almost completely united to form a median plate, but evidence of the bilaminar origin of the bone is seen in the everted alae of its upper border and...
- referred to as the "Schneiderian Membrane", which is histologically a bilaminar membrane with pseudostratified ciliated columnar epithelial cells on the...
- observations. By 2 months of age, the vocal fold started differentiating into a bilaminar structure of distinct cellular concentration, with the superficial layer...
- Membranipora form encrusting or erect colonies; they are unilaminar or bilaminar and weakly to well-calcified. Zooids have vertical and basal calcified...
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