biospectroscopy

bi·o·spec·tros·co·py

(bī'ō-spek-tros'kō-pē),
Spectroscopic examination of specimens of living tissue, including fluids removed therefrom.
[bio- + L. spectrum, image, + G. skopeō, to examine]

biospectroscopy

(bī′ō-spĕk-trŏs′kə-pē)
n.
The spectroscopic examination of specimens of living tissue or body fluids.

bi·o·spec·tros·co·py

(bī'ō-spek-tros'kŏ-pē)
Spectroscopic examination of specimens of living tissue, including fluids removed therefrom.
[bio- + L. spectrum, image, + G. skopeō, to examine]

biospectroscopy

(bī″ō-spĕk-trŏs′kō-pē) [″ + ″ + Gr. skopein, to examine]
Examination of tissue by use of a spectroscope.
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