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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.
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In professional associations he held memberships in the American Institute of Biological Sciences, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Microscopical Society, the American Society of Parasitologists (council member), the Annual Midwest Conference of Parasitologists, the Helminthological Society of Washington (editorial board), the International Association for Great Lakes Research, the Ohio Fish and Wildlife Association, the Wildlifc Disease Association, and the World Federation of Parasitologists.
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