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Microfilmed

ˈmaɪ.krəʊ.fɪlm

Meanings of Microfilmed:

verb

Reproduce (a document) on microfilm.

Usage examples:

The grant will pay to microfilm the most fragile of these papers
noun

Film containing microphotographs of a newspaper, catalogue, or other document.

Usage examples:

All those forms go on microfilm

Meanings of Microfilmer:

noun

A person who or device which microfilms; specifically a camera used for recording documents, etc., on microfilm.

Microfilming

ˈmaɪ.krəʊ.fɪlm

Meanings of Microfilming:

verb

Reproduce (a document) on microfilm.

Usage examples:

The grant will pay to microfilm the most fragile of these papers
noun

Film containing microphotographs of a newspaper, catalogue, or other document.

Usage examples:

All those forms go on microfilm

Microfilms

ˈmaɪ.krəʊ.fɪlm

Meanings of Microfilms:

noun

Film containing microphotographs of a newspaper, catalogue, or other document.

Usage examples:

All those forms go on microfilm
verb

Reproduce (a document) on microfilm.

Usage examples:

The grant will pay to microfilm the most fragile of these papers

Meanings of Microflora:

noun

Bacteria and microscopic algae and fungi, especially those living in a particular site or habitat.

Usage examples:

It is formed from decaying plant roots, leaves, etc. deposited at the surface, and the remains of m…

Microform

ˈmʌɪkrə(ʊ)fɔːm

Meanings of Microform:

noun

Microphotographic reproduction, on film or paper, of a manuscript, map, or other document.

Usage examples:

The items available include books, electronic documents, journals, microform, and audio and video r…

Meanings of Microforms:

noun

Microphotographic reproduction, on film or paper, of a manuscript, map, or other document.

Usage examples:

The items available include books, electronic documents, journals, microform, and audio and video r…

Microfossil

ˈmaɪ.krəʊˌfɒs.əl

Meanings of Microfossil:

noun

A fossil or fossil fragment that can only be seen with a microscope.

Usage examples:

Micropalaeontology is the study of microfossils, a microfossil being any fossil that is best studie…

Microfungus

ˈmʌɪkrəʊˌfʌŋɡəs

Meanings of Microfungus:

noun

A fungus in which no sexual process has been observed or in which the reproductive organs are microscopic.

Usage examples:

In conclusion, true fungi (plant pathogenic microfungi, mushrooms) and fungal-like organisms (slime…

Microgamete

ˈmʌɪkrəʊˌɡamiːt

Meanings of Microgamete:

noun

(especially in protozoans) the smaller of a pair of conjugating gametes, usually regarded as male.

Usage examples:

The sexual phase of the plasmodium life cycle is completed with the fertilization of a macrogamete …

Meanings of Microgametocyte:

noun

A gametocyte that gives rise to microgametes.

Meanings of Microgametophyte:

noun

A gametophyte that develops from a microspore; a male gametophyte.

Microglia

ˌmʌɪkrə(ʊ)ˈɡlʌɪə

Meanings of Microglia:

plural noun

Glial cells derived from mesoderm that function as macrophages (scavengers) in the central nervous system and form part of the reticuloendothelial system.

Usage examples:

Scavenger cells called microglia can be found in the center of plaques, and astrocytes, a type of c…

Meanings of Microglossia:

noun

Abnormally small size of the tongue.

Meanings of Microgram:

noun

One millionth of a gram.

Usage examples:

The concentrations of manganese in two samples of surface soil taken from area a were 748 and 629 m…

Micrograms

ˈmaɪ.krəʊ.ɡræm

Meanings of Micrograms:

noun

One millionth of a gram.

abbreviation

Microgram(s).

Microgranite

ˈmʌɪkrəʊˌɡranɪt

Meanings of Microgranite:

noun

Granite that is recognizable as crystalline only under a microscope.

Usage examples:

This is a coarsegrained biotite gneiss with an average granodioritic composition, that is generally…

Meanings of Microgranitic:

adjective

Designating or having a microcrystalline and xenomorphic structure; consisting of microgranite.

Meanings of Microgranitoid:

adjective

= microgranitic .

Micrograph

ˈmʌɪkrə(ʊ)ɡrɑːf

Meanings of Micrograph:

noun

A photograph taken by means of a microscope.

Usage examples:

Both the electron micrographs and the light micrographs are very clear and well labeled.

Meanings of Micrographer:

noun

A person who describes microscopic objects or produces micrographs; a microscopist.

Meanings of Micrographically:

adverb

By means of micrography or micrographs.

Micrographs

ˈmʌɪkrə(ʊ)ɡrɑːf

Meanings of Micrographs:

noun

A photograph taken by means of a microscope.

Usage examples:

Both the electron micrographs and the light micrographs are very clear and well labeled.

Microgroove

ˈmʌɪkrə(ʊ)ɡruːv

Meanings of Microgroove:

noun

A very narrow groove on a long-playing record.

Usage examples:

With jan peerce and leonard warren, she recorded an excellent rigoletto for rca victor in 1950 - th…

Microgrooves

ˈmʌɪkrə(ʊ)ɡruːv

Meanings of Microgrooves:

noun

A very narrow groove on a long-playing record.

Usage examples:

With jan peerce and leonard warren, she recorded an excellent rigoletto for rca victor in 1950 - th…

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