microscopically, they are yellow or reddish-brown crystals, which differ greatly in size and shape.
The surface of the wing is covered with microscopically minute hairs.
microscopically this is what you would look for to identify wool.
microscopically the capsules of the glomeruli are a trifle thickened; a few show hyaline changes.
Blown to bits; bits so inconceivably, so ineffably, so “microscopically” small that—but let us not anticipate.
In some cases it is advisable to slice off the end of the egg with the micropyle and mount it microscopically.
He could walk a far straighter line than the crack, which he saw now was microscopically jagged.
microscopically, there are great numbers of leukocytes, often much degenerated.
They were tireless and microscopically thorough in the search.
microscopically exact work in detail has taken the place of the large bravura and the empty imitation of the Cinquecentisti.
microscopic mi·cro·scop·ic (mī'krə-skŏp'ĭk) or mi·cro·scop·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
Too small to be seen by the unaided eye but large enough to be studied under a microscope.
Of, relating to, or concerned with a microscope.
Being or characterized as exceedingly small; minute.