microblast

microblast

 [mi´kro-blast]
an erythroblast of 5 μm or less in diameter.

mi·cro·blast

(mī'krō-blast),
A small, nucleated, red blood cell.
[micro- + G. blastos, sprout, germ]

microblast

/mi·cro·blast/ (mi´kro-blast) an erythroblast of 5 microns or less in diameter.

microblast

[mī′krōblast′]
Etymology: Gk, mikros, small, blastos, germ
a very small immature red blood cell. This term is not in common usage.

mi·cro·blast

(mī'krō-blast)
A small, nucleated red blood cell.
[micro- + G. blastos, sprout, germ]

microblast

an erythroblast of 5 μm or less in diameter.
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A year later SMT identified and mitigated a new microblast technique being used by counterfeiters to remove the part markings from components without requiring a coating be applied to cover their handiwork.
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The lineup includes a variety of cases, chargers and car accessories as well as a new version of the company's best-selling AirPlay FM Transmitter, dubbed AirPlay2, and MicroBlast, the first portable speakers designed specifically for iPod nano.
Foliar feeding with a proprietary micronutrient formula like Earth Juice Microblast can quickly supply plants with these trace elements but will do little to correct long term imbalances in the soil.
The MicroBlast turns your iPod nano into a compact stereo for the beach or camping trips, powered by AA batteries or an A/C adapter.
Joy herself refers to her disease as an "incursion" (100), Richard Nixon's euphemism for the 1970 invasion of Cambodia, and Kraft's medical intervention is couched in Cold War terminology: "He loosens the invader trace, chases it with his rubbered fingertips" (94), "Isolate the evil empire of spreading microblasts, envelop and excise" (268).