microanatomy


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microanatomy

[¦mī·krō·ə′nad·ə·mē]
(anatomy)
Anatomical study of microscopic tissue structures.
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Much remains unknown on the microanatomy of the urogenital system in salamanders, in particular the epididymal complex, and we feel insights from salamander reproductive anatomy will continue to play a leading roll in our understanding of higher-level salamander evolution.
This microanatomy produces superior loading and minimal friction characteristics of cartilage.
Microanatomy of the anterior median eye and its possible relation to polarized light reception in Lycosa tarentula (Araneae, Lycosidae).
I had planned to be a neurosurgeon and took microanatomy classes and was happily cutting up brains and everything until somebody said, 'you need math and you need science more that just biology'.
Repetitive negative thoughts and feelings can affect the microanatomy of our brains, creating a self-perpetuating, ever more ingrained set of expectations and behaviors.
My examination of the microanatomy of the middle ear of P.
In the past, dental students took the basic course in microanatomy with medical students.
The microanatomy of trabecular bone loss in normal aging men and women.