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a.1.Composed of, or having, lamellæ; lamelliform.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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lamellosa: lamellose, artificially smooth, and naturally smooth.
Pinnegar and Polunin (2000) found unusually low values of [delta][sup.15]N (2.36[per thousand] [+ or -] 0.35[per thousand]) in the Mediterranean abalone Haiiotis lamellose, the lowest among all the herbivorous molluscs that they studied and below the signal of their primary producers.
They also described a new genus Bassettella, which is characterized by enigmatic surface pits and lamellose frills.
Polymer / lamellose metasilicate nano-composite combines perfectly both the rigidity, dimensional stability, heat stability of inorganic materials and the toughness, machinability, dielectric property of macromolecule materials.It will have extensive applications in the future.
(1984) from the early Late Miocene Etolon Suite of Kamchatka may represent either an unnamed ancestral taxon or a lamellose form of N.