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Definition of Megascopical

Megascopical
Megascopic Meg`a*scop"ic, Megascopical Meg`a*scop"ic*al, a. 1. (Physics) Of or pertaining to the megascope or the projection upon a screen of images of opaque objects. (b) Enlarged or magnified; -- said of images or of photographic pictures, etc. 2. (Geol.) Large enough to be seen; -- said of the larger structural features and components of rocks which do not require the use of the microscope to be perceived. Opposed to microscopic.

Meaning of Megascopical from wikipedia

- understood. Cross-cutting relationships may be seen cartographically, megascopically, and microscopically. In other words, these relationships have various...
- another. In the presence of water, the process occurs quickly. When megascopically developed, the texture may consist of distinct pink and white lamellae...
- gross pathology, in contrast to microscopic histopathology. The term "megascopic" is a synonym. "Macroscopic" may also refer to a "larger view", namely...
- perpendicular to the regional stress field, due to local influences. This is a megascopic version of what may occur around porphyroblasts. Often, fine observation...
- million years. M. R. Walter, John H. Oehler & Dorothy Z. Oehler (1976). "Megascopic algae 1,300 million years old from the Belt supergroup, Montana: a reinterpretation...
- example—exsolution occurs and the two phases separate into distinct microscopic to megascopic lamellae. This is mainly caused by difference in cation size. Cations...
- the Vendian on the basis of the abundant organic-walled microfossils, megascopic algae, metazoan body fossils and ichnofossils. The lower boundary of the...
- PMID 18948954. S2CID 4372071. Tsu-Ming, Han; Runnegar, Bruce (July 10, 1992). "Megascopic eukaryotic algae from the 2.1-billion-year-old negaunee iron-formation...
- significant as the oldest likely eukaryote and earliest evidence for megascopic life on land. Diskagma buttonii is a small fossil less than 1mm in length...
- co****-grained, often porphyritic, intrusive, felsic, igneous rock containing megascopic quartz, averaging 25%, much feldspar (orthoclase, microcline, sodic plagioclase)...
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