Origin of lamellar
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The class of Mollusca comprising the ordinary bivalves, characterised by the possession of lamellar gills.The Ancient Life History of the Earth
Henry Alleyne Nicholson
It is in colourless, inodorous, lamellar crystals, which have a slight pungent taste.Aids to Forensic Medicine and Toxicology
W. G. Aitchison Robertson
Diallage, an altered form of the mineral augite, with a lamellar structure, and a submetallic lustre on its planes of separation.The New Gresham Encyclopedia
Like the upper sacs, each of these has two dark-brown, lamellar, glandular masses depending from its membranous visceral wall.
Six basal feet curved, divergent, lamellar, with a middle rib and dentate edges.