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microelement
noun Date: 1936 trace element
microencapsulate
transitive verb Date: 1963 to enclose in a microcapsule • microencapsulation noun
microencapsulation
noun see microencapsulate
microenterprise
noun Date: 1980 a very small business
microenvironment
noun Date: 1931 a small or relatively small usually distinctly specialized and effectively isolated habitat (as a forest canopy) or environment (as of a neuron) • ...
microenvironmental
adjective see microenvironment
microevolution
noun Date: 1911 comparatively minor evolutionary change involving the accumulation of variations in populations usually below the species level • microevolutionary adjective
microevolutionary
adjective see microevolution
microfarad
noun Date: 1871 a unit of capacitance equal to one millionth of a farad
microfauna
noun Etymology: New Latin Date: 1895 1. minute animals; especially those invisible to the naked eye 2. a small or strictly localized fauna (as of a microenvironment) ...
microfaunal
adjective see microfauna
microfiber
noun Date: 1966 a fine usually soft polyester fiber; also a fabric made from such fibers
microfibril
noun Date: 1938 a fine fibril; especially one of the submicroscopic elongated bundles of cellulose of a plant cell wall • microfibrillar adjective
microfibrillar
adjective see microfibril
microfiche
noun (plural -fiche or microfiches) Etymology: French, from micr- micr- + fiche fiche Date: 1943 a sheet of microfilm containing rows of microimages of pages of printed matter
microfilament
noun Date: 1963 any of the minute actin-containing protein filaments of eukaryotic cytoplasm that function in maintaining structure and in intracellular movement
microfilaria
noun Etymology: New Latin Date: 1878 a minute larval filaria • microfilarial adjective
microfilarial
adjective see microfilaria
microfilm
I. noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1906 a film bearing a photographic record on a reduced scale of printed or other graphic matter II. verb Date: ...
microfilmable
adjective see microfilm II
microfilmer
noun see microfilm II
microflora
noun Etymology: New Latin Date: 1904 1. microscopic flora 2. a small or strictly localized flora (as of a microenvironment) • microfloral adjective
microfloral
adjective see microflora
microform
noun Date: 1944 1. a process for reproducing printed matter in a much reduced size 2. matter reproduced by microform
microfossil
noun Date: 1924 a fossil that can be studied only microscopically and that may be either a fragment of a larger organism or an entire minute organism
microfungus
noun Etymology: New Latin Date: 1874 a fungus (as a mold) with a microscopic fruiting body
microgamete
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1888 the smaller and usually male gamete of a heterogamous organism
microgametocyte
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1900 a gametocyte producing microgametes
microgram
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: circa 1890 one millionth of a gram — see metric system table

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