In addition to these the laminae are connected by the very elastic ligamenta subflava.
The rock, in other places less elevated, consisted of schist or slate in laminae, dipping to the east at an angle of 60 degrees.
Garnets are often found imbedded in the laminae, flattened by the extreme pressure to which the mass was subjected.
Most common is the "quadruplicate" arrangement, with four sets of laminae of differing depths.
What is the agency which enables us to split Honister Crag, or the cliffs of Snowdon, into laminae from crown to base?
With many stones it is easy to determine the bed by moistening with water, when the laminae will become apparent.
In growing individuals, narrow zones of new epidermis form on the laminae in spring.
He stated that epidermal growth took place at the margins of the laminae rather than over their entire under-surfaces.
Leaves a span long, cordato acuminate; the laminae all pointing downwards, glossy green and glabrous above.
Each side of bone consists of upwards of three hundred laminae, the interior edges of which are covered with a fringe of hair.
lamina lam·i·na (lām'ə-nə)
n. pl. lam·i·nas or lam·i·nae (-nē')
A thin plate, sheet, or layer.
A thin layer of bone, membrane, or other tissue.
Plural laminae (lām'ə-nē') or laminas