Definition of microscopy in English:

microscopy

Syllabification: mi·cros·co·py
Pronunciation: /mīˈkräskəpē
 
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noun

  • The use of the microscope.
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    • The recesses and interior areas of an object may be viewed using video microscopy, employing an optical fibre and camera probe.
    • The kinetics of the fungal infection were followed by light, confocal and electron microscopy.
    • Light microscopy and low-vacuum scanning electron microscopy were used to investigate the secretory process.

Derivatives

microscopist

noun
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  • Interference can act over great distances and still beguiles geneticists, microscopists, and mathematicians alike.
  • Most microscopists held that the blood of different mammals could not be differentiated, and so were reluctant to testify when a defendant's life might be at stake.
  • Since techniques of observation were largely undeveloped, many microscopists were not certain precisely what it was they were to look for, nor of the nature of their subjects.

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