Witness the following quotation from a careful review of his book in the microscopical Journal.
No microscopical alterations in the corpuscles are to be observed.
But with a high degree of inequality of the discs this microscopical measurement loses all scientific value.
microscopical technique also had been greatly improved since 1828.
What we have now to understand by the ovum, the egg, or the egg-cell, is the microscopical germ which I have just described.
The object or material to be examined is placed on a microscopical slide.
He is first passed upon by microscopical examination by the bacteriologist of the Board of Health.
Feminine qualities are specially needful in microscopical studies.
A microscopical examination of the blood showed a diminution of the red blood corpuscles, an increase in the white.
On his return he gave his attention to microscopical researches.
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.