Definition of Lamella. Meaning of Lamella. Synonyms of Lamella

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Definition of Lamella

Lamella
Lamella La*mel"la, n.; pl. L. Lamell[ae], E. Lamellas. [L. lamella, dim. of lamina plate, leaf, layer: cf. F. lamelle. Cf. Lamina, Omelet.] 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.

Meaning of Lamella from wikipedia

- Lamella (plural lamellae) means a small plate or flake in Latin, and in English may refer to: Lamella (mycology), a papery rib beneath a mushroom cap...
- The middle lamella is a layer which cements the primary cell walls of two adjoining plant cells together. It is the first formed layer which is deposited...
- 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...
- A lamella clarifier or inclined plate settler (IPS) is a type of settler designed to remove Particulates from liquids. They are often emplo**** in primary...
- A lamella, or gill, is a papery hymenop**** rib under the cap of some mushroom species, most often but not always agarics. The gills are used by the mushrooms...
- A lamella (plural: "lamellae") in biology refers to a thin layer, membrane or plate of tissue. This is a very broad definition, and can refer to many...
- Annulate lamella is one of the cell membrane cl****es, occurring as a set of parallel elements with double same dimensional membranes, just as the nuclear...
- Uroleptus lamella is a species of ciliates. The organism is green coloured, and is hairy. Just like Uroleptus musculus, it is U-shaped and has an elongated...
- In surface anatomy, a lamella is a thin plate-like structure, often one amongst many lamellae very close to one another, with open space between. Aside...
- keratinization that is characterized histologically by the presence of a cornoid lamella, a thin column of closely stacked, parakeratotic cells extending through...
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