Fruiting surface usually on the under side and exposed toward the earth, lamellate, or prominently folded or veined.
Lamelliform: lamellate in structure; disposed in leaf-like layers.
lamellate: antennae with the club formed of closely opposed leaf-like surfaces, the concealed surfaces set with sensory pits.
Lamellicornia: those beetles in which the antennae terminate in a lamellate or leaf-like club.
Pith: Pith in the black walnut is chambered (lamellate) in the older wood, but solid in the younger, growing wood.
Fissile -is: cleft or divided; as the wings in plume-moths: also used for lamellate.
J, the lamellate, that is, the undersides of the rings or joints are made up of minute plates.
The right edge of the peristome is lamellate and bears a clearly defined undulating membrane.
lamellate la·mel·late (lə-měl'āt', lām'ə-lāt')
Having, composed of, or arranged in lamellae.
Resembling a lamella.