noun, plural lam·i·nae [lam-uh-nee], /ˈlæm əˌni/, lam·i·nas.
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Origin of lamina
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Example sentences from the Web for lamina
In some the horn is at first a broad lamina or ridge, which terminates in two branches, as in Onthophagus Vacca.An Introduction to Entomology: Vol. III (of 4)|William Kirby
The old lamina is pushed off, but is held on the summit of the new growth until the latter has matured.
This genus is readily distinguishable by the fact that it has leaflets below the lamina.
This species differs from L. longicruris in having a short, solid stem and narrow, ribbon-like lamina.
The petiole and761 midrib of the leaf being cut off, dry the lamina.