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mi·cro·scop·ic

, microscopical (mī'krō-skop'ik, -i-kăl),
1. Of minute size; visible only with the aid of the microscope.
2. Relating to a microscope.

microscopic

adjective Too small to be seen without the aid of microscope.

mi·cro·scop·ic

, microscopical (mī'krŏ-skop'ik, -skop'i-kăl)
1. Of minute size; visible only with the aid of the microscope.
2. Relating to a microscope.

microscopical

pertaining to a microscope or to microscopy.
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This result, where only 9 hairs, out of 80 that were positively associated by microscopical comparisons, were excluded by mitochondrial DNA, appeared in the abstract, Table 2 (the central data of the paper), and the "Results" and "Discussion" sections.
Sample collection procedures for microscopical examination of particulate surface contaminants.
Ward, Microscopical examination on the hydration of portland cement, unpublished report of the PCA fellowship, NBS Washington DC (1944).
The book-set contains color photos of plants, their microscopical features and densitograms and TLC/HPTLC/GLC plates, besides numerous botanical illustrations and chemical structures of the phytochemicals.
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An Englishman, Robert Hooke (1635-1703), is credited with the first use of the term "cell," when he described his microscopical images of slices of cork (1-3).
Upon microscopical observation, the tumour cells were small in size and diverse in shape.
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