noun, plural lam·i·nae [lam-uh-nee] /ˈlæm əˌni/, lam·i·nas.
- lamina fusca sclerae,
- lamina of lens,
- lamina of vertebral arch,
- lamina propria mucosae,
- lamina tecti mesencephali
Origin of lamina
Examples from the Web for laminae
Leaves a span long, cordato acuminate; the laminae all pointing downwards, glossy green and glabrous above.Journal of an Expedition into the Interior of Tropical Australia|Thomas Mitchell
In growing individuals, narrow zones of new epidermis form on the laminae in spring.
These folds are of varying lengths and have a definite arrangement There may be as many as five sets of laminae of regular depths.The Cambridge Natural History, Vol X., Mammalia|Frank Evers Beddard
He did not, however, mention whether or not the number of laminae was constant in both M2 and M3.Speciation in the Brazilian Spiny Rats|Joo Moojen
The furca is, as a rule, a powerful motor-organ, and has its laminae edged with strong teeth (ungues) or setae or both.