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ultrastructure

ul·tra·struc·ture / ˈəltrəˌstrəkchər/ • n. Biol. a fine structure, esp. within a cell, that can be seen only with the high magnification obtainable with an electron microscope. DERIVATIVES: ul·tra·struc·tur·al / -chərəl/ adj.

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ultrastructure

ultrastructure The submicroscopic, almost molecular, structure of living cells, which is revealed by the use of an electron microscope.

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