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Lamella (zoology), a structure in an animal ... Lamella (soil morphology), an effect of clay illuviation in sandy soils. Middle lamella, a pectin layer ...
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A lamella is a thin plate-like structure, often one amongst many lamellae very close to one another, with open space between. Aside from respiratory organs, they appear in other biological roles including filter feeding, the traction surfaces of geckos, and chloroplast...
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Lamellae are microscopical structures. ... Collagen fibres which belong to adjacent lamellae run at oblique angles to each other. ...
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Information about lamellae in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. ... middle lamella. plant organ. plate. tissue layer ...
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Lamellae - Definition of Lamellae at Dictionary.com a free online dictionary ... Also called lamella. ... Search another word or see Lamellae on Thesaurus | Reference ...
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... A structural unit of bone consisting of a Haversian canal and corresponding lamellae of compact ... Osteoblasts form the lamellae sequentially, from the most ...
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lamella n. , pl. -mellae ( ) or -mellas . A thin scale, plate, or layer of bone or tissue, as in the gills of a bivalve mollusk or around the minute
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Definition and other additional information on Lamellae from Biology-Online.org dictionary. ... Related phrases: middle lamellae (botany) ...
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Shop for Onion Susp Wh Pendant by Verpan and Ceiling Lights at Shop.com. Onion suspension with white diffuser features vertical compressed lamellae which produces an...
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SUNY Downstate Medical Center is one of the nation's leading urban ... The collagen fibers of adjacent lamellae are laid down obliquely or perpendicularly. ...
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What is lamellae? Meaning of lamellae medical term. What does lamellae mean? ... lamellae (lmel'ē), n the nearly parallel layers of bone tissue found in compact bone. ...
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Regarding the breaks in the thylakoid lamellae, I am in agreement with Lesser ... in this study, of thylakoid lamellae which were not always parallel to ...
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arranged cirumferentially, lack of elastin lamellae and ... lamellae, which would require a larger extension before ... Packing the lamellae at low strains would ...
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... in putative chloride cells at the base of the lamellae, identifying these ... in epithelial cells localized at the base of the secondary lamellae (22) ...
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These gills are in the form of delicate lamellae (fig. ... This circlet of gill-lamellae led Cuvier to class the limpets as Cyclobranchiata, ...
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... the ER, in intermediate compartments (lamellae) and in mature peroxisomes (Fig. ... proteins Pex13p and PMP70 were found both on lamellae and peroxisomes. ...
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This species has a rounded outline, regular small growth lamellae, large radial plications with rounded crests, a larger median fold than lateral plications and ...
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... alongside the surface of the channel, where they are laying down new lamellae. ... Lamellae lie parallel to freshly-formed surfaces (i.e., immediately beneath the ...
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