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Macrostructure - What does it mean?

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Macrostructure vs Microstructureofmicroscope - What's the difference?

macrostructure | microstructureofmicroscope |

Taxonomy vs Macrostructure - What's the difference?

taxonomy | macrostructure |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and macrostructure

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while macrostructure is the gross structure of a material or tissue as visible to the unaided eye or at very low levels of magnification.

Macrostructure vs Inoculant - What's the difference?

macrostructure | inoculant |


As nouns the difference between macrostructure and inoculant

is that macrostructure is the gross structure of a material or tissue as visible to the unaided eye or at very low levels of magnification while inoculant is the active material used in an inoculation; an inoculum.

Macrostructure vs Macromorphology - What's the difference?

macrostructure | macromorphology |


As nouns the difference between macrostructure and macromorphology

is that macrostructure is the gross structure of a material or tissue as visible to the unaided eye or at very low levels of magnification while macromorphology is (biology|mineralogy|soil science) the gross structures or morphology of an organism, mineral, or soil component visible with the unaided eye or at very low levels of magnification.

Macrostructure vs Microstructure - What's the difference?

macrostructure | microstructure | Antonyms |

Microstructure is an antonym of macrostructure.

Macrostructure is an antonym of microstructure.


In context|metallurgy|lang=en terms the difference between macrostructure and microstructure

is that macrostructure is (metallurgy) the gross structure of a pure metal or alloy, as revealed by magnifications of 10x or less while microstructure is (metallurgy) the fine structure of a pure metal or alloy, as revealed by magnifications of 25x or greater.

As nouns the difference between macrostructure and microstructure

is that macrostructure is the gross structure of a material or tissue as visible to the unaided eye or at very low levels of magnification while microstructure is the fine structure of a material or tissue as revealed by microscopy.