from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of or pertaining to a lamella, plate-like, flat and thin.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Flat and thin; lamelliform; composed of lamellæ.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Disposed in lamellæ or layers; laminar in a small way.
- Having a lamella or lamellæ; lamellate.
- Formed of lamellæ strengthened or covered with lamellæ): as, a lamellar skirt (a name given to the great braguette).
- In botany, specifically, tipped with two flat lobes, as the styles of many blossoms.
It seems fairly clear to me that injecting measureable amounts of CO2 into what seems to behave as a non-linear system is to increase the chances of short term lamellar flow behavior changing phase to chaotic behavior.
When a liquid flows smoothly its motion is called lamellar and its motion can be describe with a single equation.
ABCA3 is critical for lamellar body biogenesis in vivo.
Fragments of the lamellar leather armor from a drowned soldier lie exposed on the seabed during excavation.
Hair the color of rust whipped around the iron mask that blanked his face, a lamellar hauberk of verdigrised bronze encased his muscled form, and a double strand of plucked eyeballs hung around his neck.
Most wore European or Turkish ring-mail, but a few sported the lamellar armour of Byzantium, the overlapping scales of steel almost as thin as shaved wood and shot with gold.
Note the flaking and peeling in some of the long bones, where circumferential lamellar bone has natural cleavage lines.
As cation absorption is a surface phenomenon it is primarily associated with clays, which due to the lamellar nature of the clay mineral have very high specific surface.
Thus, Ohm, who has worked particularly in the reduction of the increased tension of secondary glaucoma, for example, after discussion of lamellar cataract, advocates the Piesbergen instrument, which makes 3,000 vibrations a minute, and is applied over the closed lids.
To this lamellar structure the irridescence is to be ascribed.