stria /ˈstraɪə/ 名詞
Stri·a n.; pl. Striae
1. A minute groove, or channel; a threadlike line, as of color; a narrow structural band or line; a striation; as, the striae, or groovings, produced on a rock by a glacier passing over it; the striae on the surface of a shell; a stria of nervous matter in the brain.
2. Arch. A fillet between the flutes of columns, pilasters, or the like.
n 1: any of a number of tiny parallel grooves such as: the
scratches left by a glacier on rocks or the streaks or
ridges in muscle tissue [syn: striation]
2: a stripe of contrasting color; "chromosomes exhibit
characteristic bands" [syn: band, striation]
[also: striae (pl)]