lamina[ lam-uh-nuh ]SEE DEFINITION OF lamina
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LAMINA
Laminiform: layer-like: having the appearance or made up of lamina.
The corolla (if it may be so called) a fleshy, 3-lobed lamina.
They may be called (in a generalized sense) the co-ordinates of the lamina.
Moreover the sections should be cut from the basal third of the lamina, and not from the tip of the leaf.
It split easily into lamina as fine as paper; was peculiarly elastic.
The lamina is one half as long as the rest of the malleus (see figs. 1-3).
When gold is beaten out so wide, the lamina must needs be very thin.
Is not the lamina of the claw comparable to the wall of the hoof?
This isthmus subsequently forms the lamina spiralis, separating the scala vestibuli from the scala tympani.
A leaf usually consists of two distinct parts—the petiole or stalk, and the lamina or blade.