Definition of Micra

1. micron [n] - See also: micron



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Micra

mickeying
mickeys
mickies
mickle
mickleness
mickler
mickles
micklest
micks
micky
micmacs
mico
miconazole
miconazole nitrate
micos
micra (current term)
micracoustic
micraner
micraners
micraster
micrasters
micrencephalia
micrencephalous
micrencephaly
micrergate
micrergates
micrified
micrifies
micrify
micrifying

Literary usage of Micra

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1. The Physiology of Stomata by Francis Ernest Lloyd (1908)
"11 am, 2 to 3 micra; mean 2.5. 1 pm, 2 to 3 micra; mean 2.5. lju'y 5' & am> 2 to ... July n, 8 am, o to 5.5 micra; mean 2.7. L 11 am, 2 to 4 micra; mean 3. ..."

2. The Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science by Iowa Academy of Science (1907)
"... perithecia usually scattered, 160-225 micra in diameter, rarely smaller; ... 95-165 micra in diameter; cells about 10 micra wide; appendages 50-130 or ..."

3. Contributions by Dept. of Anatomy, University of Minnesota Dept. of Anatomy, University of Minnesota (1917)
"JOHN A. KITTELSON and 51 micra, probably due to a relatively greater number-of small corpuscles present at these periods. From three weeks to the adult (35 ..."

4. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1905)
"... 100 micra, 90 micra, 96 micra, 92 micra and 100 micra, giving as the average diameter of the o<rg 97.66 micra. These measurements nearly approach those ..."

5. A Textbook of General Embryology by William Erskine Kellicott (1913)
"(16-20 micra) in length; the largest are found in some of the Amphibia where in ... The spermatozoa of most of the Vertebrates are 25-75 micra in length. ..."

6. Reprints of Papers from the Department of Anatomy of the University of by California University. Dept. of anatomy (1903)
"Adding 102109 cu. micra (the volume of the cell body with a diameter of 58 micra) to the volume of the axone, gives the entire neurone a volume of ..."

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