stroma of vitreous

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stro·ma of vit·re·ous

the delicate framework of the vitreous body embedded in or enclosing the vitrous humor.
Synonym(s): stroma vitreum
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The water was quite free from reptiles, and the vegetation upon the banks of the river had altered to more open and parklike forest, with eucalyptus and acacia mingled with a scattering of tree ferns, as though two distinct periods of geologic time had overlapped and merged.
The forest abounded with beautiful objects; among which the tree ferns, though not large, were, from their bright green foliage, and the elegant curvature of their fronds, most worthy of admiration.