Definition of Lamelliform

1. a. Thin and flat; scalelike; lamellar.



Definition of Lamelliform

1. Adjective. Thin and flat; lamellar. ¹

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Definition of Lamelliform

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lamelliform

lamellate
lamellate placentation
lamellated
lamellated corpuscles
lamellately
lamellibranch
lamellibranchiata
lamellibranchiate
lamellibranchiates
lamellibranchs
lamellicorn
lamellicorn beetle
lamellicornia
lamellicorns
lamelliferous
lamelliform (current term)
lamellipedian
lamellipedians
lamellipodia
lamellipodial
lamellipodium
lamellirostral
lamellirostres
lamellophone
lamellophones
lamellopodia
lamellopodium
lamellose
lamellula
lamellulas

Literary usage of Lamelliform

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1. Catalogue of the Specimens of Amphipodous Crustacea in the Collection of the by Charles Spence Bate (1862)
"... membranous, lamelliform. Telson single, membranous. Risso says that these Crustacea are eaten as a luxury, and, moreover, serve as an article of food to ..."

2. Lectures on the Comparative Anatomy and Physiology of the Invertebrate Animals by Richard Owen (1855)
"Body articulated, defended by a bivalve carapace, and with membranous lamelliform branchial limbs. Eyes, in most, confluent. Genera Daphnia, Evadne. ..."

3. The Tourist's Flora: A Descriptive Catalogue of the Flowering Plants and by Joseph Woods (1850)
"Pet. linear, with subulate tip, yellow. Hypogynous Scales lamelliform, nearly square, p. 7, 8. fay high rocks. Tyrol. 4. ..."

4. A Manual of Mineralogy by Arthur Aikin (1814)
"Zeolith W. Stilbite H. Occurs crystallized, lamelliform, ... (passing into lamelliform,) with tetrahedral summits, of which, two adjoining faces are more ..."

5. The Complete Writings of Thomas Say, on the Conchology of the United States by Thomas Say, William Greene Binney (1858)
"But the former has lamelliform teeth only ; Hyria has ... donta is destitute of lamelliform teeth. To this exposition we may add, as more remotely allied, ..."

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