- n. anatomy Plural form of lamina.
“You know the properties of thin laminae: each ray reflected from such a lamina is formed by the superposition of a ray reflected from the front side of the lamina on a ray reflected from the rear side.”
“We know that if we pour selenium on to mica, and if we try to tear off this mica, thin laminae of mica remain adhering to the selenium.”
“In most other snail species, the apertural teeth and laminae, when they are present, begin to develop as a snail approaches maturity.”
“The Romans took many gold swords and gold belts set with pearls, and the shield of Razates, which was all of gold and had 120 laminae, and his gold breastplate; and they brought in his caftan together with his head, and his bracelets and his gold saddle.”
“The thing was a complex mess of bony laminae and concavities (termed fossae), few of which were symmetrical when you compared the two sides.”
“Massive ventrolaterally projecting flanges projected from the bottom surface of the specimen: they were highly similar to the hypertrophied centroparapophyseal laminae regarded by Wedel et al. (2000a) as diagnostic for Sauroposeidon.”
“Bony struts, called laminae, divide the fossae and connect the main ‘landmarks’ of the bone (such as the pre - and postzygapophyses), and each of these laminae has a name.”
“A nomenclature for vertebral laminae in sauropods and other saurischian dinosaurs.”
“The heat of the sun was so intense that every screw in their boxes was drawn, and all horn handles and combs split into fine laminae.”
“Each chronology includes measurements from all laminae confidently dated through a combination of varve counting, cross-dating of visually distinctive laminae, and radiogenic techniques.”
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