stro·ma (strō′mə) n. pl. stro·ma·ta (-mə-tə) 1. The connective tissue framework of an organ, gland, or other structure, as distinguished from the tissues ...
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The Stromata (Greek: Στρώματα) or Stromateis (Στρωματεῖς, "Patchwork") is the third in Clement of Alexandria's trilogy of works on the Christian life.
noun, plural stromata [stroh-muh-tuh] ) 1. Cell Biology. the supporting framework or matrix of a cell. 2. Anatomy. the supporting framework, usually of connective ...
Clement of Alexandria: Stromata, Book 1 (translation Roberts-Donaldson). On Early Christian Writings.
The Stromata (Book I) Chapter 1. Preface— The Author's Object— The Utility of Written Compositions. [Wants the beginning] . . . . . . . . . . that you may read ...
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noun, plural stomata [stoh-muh-tuh, stom-uh-, stoh-mah-tuh] ), stomas. 1. Also, stomate. Botany. any of various small apertures, especially one of the minute orifices ...
"Stromata" (Greek for "things left lying around", hence "miscellany") seemed like an apt name for this repository of random writings and observations.
stroma [stro´mah] (Gr.) the tissue forming the ground substance, framework, or matrix of an organ, as opposed to the functioning part or parenchyma. adj., adj stro ...