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Stroma may refer to:
- Stroma (tissue), the connective, functionally supportive framework of a biological cell, tissue, or organ (in contrast, the parenchyma is the functional aspect of a tissue)
- Stroma of ovary, a soft tissue, well supplied with blood, consisting of spindle-shaped cells with a small amount of connective tissue
- Stroma of iris, fibres and cells in the iris
- Stroma of cornea, plates of collagen fibrils in the cornea
- Lymph node stromal cell, cells which provide a scaffold for other lymph node cells
- Stroma of red blood cell, encloses Hemoglobin proteins within the red blood cell.
- Stroma (fluid), the fluid in between grana, where carbohydrate-formation reactions occur in the chloroplasts of plant cells photosynthesizing. It is the structure joining two or more grana
- Stroma (mycology), the dense structural tissue that produces fruiting bodies; made of non-vegetative (asexual) hyphae
- Stromal cell, a connective tissue cell of any organ, supports the function of the parenchymal
- Stroma, Scotland, a now uninhabited island off the northern coast of Scotland
- Freddie Stroma (born 1987), British actor known for playing Cormac McLaggen in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
- Stroma Buttrose (born 1929), Australian architect
- Stroma (musical group), a New Zealand chamber music ensemble
- Stromae (born 1985), Belgian singer
- Struma (disambiguation)
- Stromatolite, layered bio-chemical accretionary structures formed in shallow water by the trapping, binding and cementation of sedimentary grains by biofilms (microbial mats) of microorganisms, especially cyanobacteria
- Stromer (disambiguation)
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