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la·mel·late

 (lə-mĕl′āt′, lăm′ə-lāt′)
adj.
1. Having, composed of, or arranged in lamellae.
2. Resembling a lamella.

lam′el·lat′ed adj.
lam′el·la′tion n.

la•mel•late

(ləˈmɛl eɪt, ˈlæm əˌleɪt)

also lam′el•lat`ed,



adj.
1. composed of or having lamellae.
2. flat; platelike.
[1820–30; < New Latin]
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engelmannii have a reticulate texture formed of regularly anastomosing, lamellate ridges and the microspores have a smooth to papillose surface (Taylor et ah, 1993).
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