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Lamella (plural lamellae) means a small plate or flake in Latin, and in English may refer to:
- Lamella (mycology), a papery rib beneath a mushroom cap
- Lamella (anatomy), a plate-like structure in an animal
- Lamella (cell biology), part of a chloroplast
- Lamella (genus), a group of land crabs in the family Gecarcinucidae
- Uroleptus lamella, a species of protozoans
- The leading edge of motile cells, containing the lamellipodia
- Middle lamella, a pectin layer which cements the cell walls of two adjoining plant cells together
- Lamella (materials), a fine, plate-like structure, usually in a group
- Lamella roof, used to cover wide, open areas with no supporting members (i.e. arenas, "domes")
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