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Synonyms for microscopic

Synonyms for microscopic

so minute as not to be discernible

Synonyms for microscopic

of or relating to or used in microscopy

visible under a microscope

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extremely precise with great attention to details

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so small as to be invisible without a microscope

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Microscopic image photography techniques of the past, present, and future.
The report provides a snapshot of the global therapeutic landscape of Microscopic Polyangiitis (MPA)
Assessment of asymptomatic microscopic hematuria in adults.
Jeehan Tawialh, WHO Representatives in the Sultanate delivered a speech where she stressed the importance of microscopic diagnosis of malaria.
In 1982, Szwed and Schaust reported that more than 30% of urines studied in their laboratory with normal macroscopic findings had abnormal findings on microscopic analysis of urine sediment.
2 : so small as to be visible only through a microscope : very tiny <a microscopic crack>
One key technique is said to be to connect microscopic grain structure changes to macroscopic or bulk stressstrain states.
Biologists have long used diamond blades, known as microtomes, to section flash-frozen cells into thin slices in preparation for microscopic scrutiny.
Composed of microscopic bits of acids, chemicals, metals, dusts and allergens, it can reach deep into the lungs, enter the bloodstream and even damage cells.
Haeckel's meticulously observed drawings give an insight into the humblest manifestation of organic life, which, despite its microscopic size, has immense richness and complexity.
Four works referencing Spanish Baroque masterpieces depicting the Immaculate Conception (by Velazquez, Zurbaran, Murillo and Juan de Valdes Leal) recapitulate their source images via a formal vocabulary drawn from microscopic processes of asexual reproduction, three derived from Rhodomicrobium vannielii (erroneously referred to as "vannillie" in all the titles), the other from yeast.
SPR technology offers benefits for heating liquids by preventing scale accumulation and by promoting mixing of liquids with gases (two phase fluids), powders, and other liquids at the microscopic level to increase mass transfer rate.
But Smart Apple doesn't limit its productions to history and religion: its ever-expanding roundup of series adds includes science, health, social issues and liberal arts with such contributions as the 'Micro World' series Microscopic Life In Your Body (1583404708) and Microscopic Life In The Garden (1583404732), with Sean Connolly's social surveys the 'In Time of Need' series covering War (1583403914) and Fire (1583403922), with its 'Body in Action series Eating (1583404368) and Moving (1583404376), and with its excellent 'Body Science' titles Inside The Brain (1583404627) and Digesting Food (1583404619).
Plastic-based litter is inundating the world's oceans and polluting shorelines down to the microscopic level, according to British scientists who recently completed a multi-year study on the problem in and around Great Britain.