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microscopic

(less commonly), microscopical
not large enough to be seen with the naked eye but visible under a microscope

microscopical

[‚mi·krə′skäp·ə·kəl]
(optics)
Also known as microscopic.
Of or pertaining to the microscope.
Visible only under a microscope.
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The failure to detect Cryptosporidium in 10 of the microscopically positive samples in outbreak B was most likely not because of rare Cryptosporidium genotypes; the SSU rRNA technique is Cryptosporidium genus specific and detects all known Cryptosporidium spp.
Meanwhile, Ebbesen and his colleagues are exploring ways of stuffing carbon nanotubes with metal atoms to create microscopically thin wires.
a Stocker & Yale subsidiary and a world leader in the production of these microscopically etched diffraction gratings, uses the precise interference pattern of two laser beams as the template for their fabrication.
Microscopically, the affected tissues demonstrate a prominent accumulation of foamy histiocytes (xanthoma cells) that contain lipid droplets (cholesterol esters) and occasionally crystalline material (figure).
The same idea applies to the speckle pattern created by laser light bouncing from a microscopically rough surface, such as a sheet of white paper or a wall coated with white paint.
Microscopically printed in the borders of the dollars are the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights and the U.
And by microscopically examining muscle tissue samples from the subjects, the researchers detected irreversible changes, such as cell death and scarring, in 46 percent.
NASDAQ: DIYS) today announced that it has been awarded a technology patent in Japan for its system and method to microscopically analyze human body fluids.
Microscopically, the fatty tissue was primarily made up of adult fat cells and a few lipoblastic cells.
This quickly decreases the frictional forces within the rock, allowing the crystals to slide microscopically.
Performing radiation damage assessment by chromosome analysis is a time consuming process in which geneticists chemically "paint" the DNA in the chromosomes with fluorescent colors and examine the cells microscopically for chromosomes that have broken into two or more pieces.
The new system converts the DNA base-pair A-T to G-C, a microscopically small effect with massive implications for science and medicine.