of or relating to or used in microscopy
"microscopic analysis"; "microscopical examination"
visible under a microscope; using a microscope
extremely precise with great attention to details
"examined it with microscopic care"
so small as to be invisible without a microscope
"differences were microscopic"
of, or relating to microscopes or microscopy; microscopal
We supply all microscopic stains and other materials.
so small that it can only be seen using a microscope
The water was full of microscopic organisms.
very small; minute
Compared to the galaxy, we are microscopic in scale.
carried out with great attention to detail
The police carried out a microscopic search of the crime scene.
Able to see extremely minute objects.
Why has not man a microscopic eye? uE000193586uE001 Alexander Pope.
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Microscopic is a 1996 EPs by the industrial music group Download. It was one of the first releases with a lenticular cover. Their previous LP, Furnace, also made use of this new type of packaging.
The numerical value of microscopic in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of microscopic in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
To me, its always amazing to find that if you have something like a huge fossilized dinosaur bone, its fossilized on the microscopic level as well, and by comparing these fossilized microstructures to similar features found in modern bone, we know they provide clues to metabolism, growth rate, and age.
The smaller microscopic ones that we call aerosols behave kind of like cigarette smoke. So they're going to be more concentrated closer to the smoker, the person who might be infected. As you get farther away, your exposure would be much less.
Tardigrades are a group of microscopic animals that are renowned for their ability to survive a number of extreme stresses, some of the things that tardigrades can survive include being dried out, being frozen and being heated up past the boiling point of water. They can survive thousands of times as much radiation as we can and they can go for days or weeks with little or no oxygen.
The microscopic view of the peoples’ behavioural psychology shows that a person who wants only others to do & excludes oneself from own advice tends to have often thoughts with the word ‘YOU’.
Microscopic pieces they couldn’t get were left behind, she is doing much better, eating and in high spirits.
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- microscòpicCatalan, Valencian
- malgrandega, mikroskopaEsperanto
- yksityiskohtainen, mikroskooppinen, pikkutarkka, mikroskooppiFinnish
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