Definition of Lamellose

1. a. Composed of, or having, lamellæ; lamelliform.



Definition of Lamellose

1. Adjective. Composed of, or having, lamellae; lamelliform. ¹

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Definition of Lamellose

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lamellose

lamellicornia
lamellicorns
lamelliferous
lamelliform
lamellipedian
lamellipedians
lamellipodia
lamellipodial
lamellipodium
lamellirostral
lamellirostres
lamellophone
lamellophones
lamellopodia
lamellopodium
lamellose (current term)
lamellula
lamellulas
lamels
lamely
lameness
lamenesses
lament
lamentable
lamentableness
lamentably
lamentation
lamented
lamentedly
lamenter

Literary usage of Lamellose

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1. Natural History of New York by New York (State). Natural History Survey, James Ellsworth De Kay (1859)
"SURFACE marked by strong concentric lamellose striae, and finer closely arranged ... When not exfoliated, the surface is marked by strong lamellose nearly ..."

2. Manual of the Geology of Connecticut by William North Rice, Herbert Ernest Gregory (1908)
"Cells with thick lamellose coats, in a series inside a ... The cell walls are firm and lamellose. The cells are uninucleate, and possess one or many ..."

3. A Treatise on the British Freshwater Algae by George Stephen West (1904)
"The oogonia are developed by an increase in size of the ordinary vegetative cells, each oogonium being large, ovoidal in shape, and with a thick lamellose ..."

4. A Dictionary of the Fossils of Pennsylvania and Neighboring States Named in by J. Peter Lesley, Pennsylvania Board of Commissioners for the Second Geological Survey (1890)
"Surface marked by strong, lamellose, concentric striae at regular distances apart, and by very fine concentric lines between the ..."

5. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1906)
"At this point the growth lines become still more lamellose, more of the ribs ... In this species old age is shown in the lamellose concentric growth lines ..."

6. Fresh-water Biology by Henry Baldwin Ward, George Chandler Whipple (1918)
"Several filaments enclosed in a firm lamellose sheath which is at first ... 42 (40, 41) Sheaths hyaline, not lamellose, containing a large number of ..."

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