stroma

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From Latin stromat- (bed covering), from Ancient Greek στρῶμα (strôma, bed), from στόρνυμι (stórnumi, to stretch out).

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stroma (plural stromata)

  1. (anatomy) The tissue structure of an organ, etc., that serves to support it.

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stroma m (plural stromi)

  1. stroma

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stroma

  1. feminine nominative singular of stromy
  2. feminine vocative singular of stromy