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Lamina may refer to:
Science and technology
- Planar lamina, a two-dimensional planar closed surface with mass and density, in mathematics
- Laminar flow, (or streamline flow) occurs when a fluid flows in parallel layers, with no disruption between the layers
- Lamina (algae), a structure in seaweeds
- Lamina (leaf), the flat part of a leaf, an organ of a plant
- Lamina, the largest petal of a floret in an aster family flowerhead: see Glossary of Asteraceae-related terms § lamina
- Lamina, a genus of the intertidal spider
- Lamina (neuropil), the most peripheral neuropil of the insect visual system
- Lamia (Basque mythology), a creature from Basque mythology
- Lamination (geology), a layering structure in sedimentary rocks usually less than 1 cm in thickness
- Laminae, a part of the horse hoof
- Nuclear lamina, another structure of a living cell
- Basal lamina, a structure of a living cell
- Lamina of the vertebral arch
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