Examples of microscopic in a Sentence
At this point, the embryo is a microscopic clump of only 100 cells.
There is a microscopic crack in the diamond.
He has a microscopic attention span.
He recorded every aspect of his trip in microscopic detail.
a microscopic study of plant tissues
Recent Examples of microscopic from the Web
Vargas owns a few restaurants in Jenkintown, including a bistro called Leila’s (211 York Rd.), the tiny Forcella (310 Old York Rd.), and a quirky brewpub with a microscopic one-half-barrel brewhouse called Leila’s Liquid Project (307 York Rd).
Marine life is as diverse as microscopic plankton and the blue whale, the largest animal known to have lived on Earth.
The glow emanating from the leaves of this watercress is the result of plant nanobionics, in which live plants are given unusual characteristics through the introduction of microscopic nanoparticles.
Researchers from Cornell University and elsewhere are studying a new technique to track the clouds of spores by indirect genetic sampling rather than by direct microscopic examination, to make better predictions of moth damage.
Physicists initially visualized microscopic space as a mosaic of little chunks of space.
Severino, the starter in Tuesday’s series opener, has been on a remarkable roll, registering a 1.24 ERA in his last four outings and holding opponents to a microscopic .143 batting average.
Dr Majkic argues for deliberation in this case because microscopic examination suggests the scratches were made by two different engraving tools, and also because, despite the flint being small, the pattern on it is framed by an unscratched area.
Even a microscopic misalignment will throw circuitry off and wreck the entire chip.
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MICROSCOPIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of microscopic for English Language Learners
: able to be seen only through a microscope : extremely small
: much smaller than what is usual, normal, or expected
: done with a microscope
MICROSCOPIC Defined for Kids
Definition of microscopic for Students
- a microscopic examination
- a microscopic crack
medical Definition of microscopic
microscopicallyplay \-i-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
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