noun, plural ra·men·ta [ruh-men-tuh] /rəˈmɛn tə/.
Origin of ramentum
Examples from the Web for ramenta
In this the ramenta are confined, or nearly so, to the under surface of the fronds.
I can see nothing peculiar in the situation of the scales or ramenta to suggest the reason of the situation of the capsules.
There can be no doubt of the propriety of including the nature of these ramenta and scales in its generic character.
The scaly hairs, or ramenta, which clothe every part of the plant, are also like those of Ferns.Darwin and Modern Science|A.C. Seward and Others
Ramentaceous, beset with thin chaffy scales (Ramenta), as the stalks of many Ferns.The Elements of Botany|Asa Gray