The act of splitting or dividing a laminate into layers.
Embryology The splitting associated with blastoderm into two levels of cells to create a gastrula.
The split regarding the levels of a laminar composite product because of duplicated stress, or failure for the adhesive
the forming of a gastrula by the splitting for the blastoderm
Formation and separation of laminæ or layers; one of the methods by which the various blastodermic layers of the ovum are differentiated.
A splitting aside in levels; a laminar dehiscence: a phrase particularly applied in embryology towards the splitting of a primitively single-layered blastoderm into two levels of cells, therefore producing a two-layered germ without invagination, embolism, or proper gastrulation.