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In particular, the microstructure of the dinosaur’s femur shows a feature called an External Fundamental System, accepted as a marker of fully adult body size.
Ruzin heads the Biological Imaging Facility at the University of California at Berkeley, where researchers use the technology to explore everything from microstructures within the Giardia parasite and arrangements of proteins within bacteria.
Each participant’s white matter microstructure was measured using non-invasive, diffusion tensor magnetic resonance imaging at the beginning and end of six months of dance classes.
All are similar in arrangement and microstructure to modern birds.
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Origin and Etymology of microstructure
First Known Use: 1881See Words from the same year
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