Examples of magnification in a Sentence
We used a microscope to examine the cells under magnification.
At higher magnifications the differences between the cells become clear.
Recent Examples of magnification from the Web
At this level of magnification, the researchers were able to discern novel details about the building blocks of our bodily framework: our bones, which comprise mineral crystallites and spiraling strands of the protein collagen called fibrils.
With a fine scalpel and a form of magnification, your doctor will cut away the skin lining the hole to create a new wound, then add a few quick stitches to promote healing by holding your skin together.
Mainstream technology, such as iPhones, iPads and other tablets, as well as computers, provide for magnification, increased contrast and text-to-speech.
Besides reflection, glass allowed for magnification.
The magnification is the same as the A7R (0.78x) due to similar optical design, but the 2,359,296 dot screen is far lower-resolution than the R’s viewfinder, which clocks in at an insane 3,686,400 dots.
Johnathan Azaria, security researcher at DDoS mitigation service Imperva estimates the magnification is a factor of 9,000 for memcached and 557 for NTP.
For the seventh year in a row, the Art of Neuroscience competition out of the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience in Amsterdam asked researchers and artists to submit their paintings, renderings, magnifications and videos of animal brains.
When examined at high magnification, researchers found that cold, dry air can make your the outermost layer of skin cells to essentially shrink and encourage your filaggrin stores to degrade, which leads to that dry, scaly texture.
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MAGNIFICATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of magnification for English Language Learners
: the act of making something look larger than it is : the act of magnifying something
: the larger appearance of an object when it is seen through a microscope, telescope, etc.
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