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ul·tra·struc·ture

 (ŭl′trə-strŭk′chər)
n.
The detailed structure of a biological specimen, such as a cell, tissue, or organ, that can be observed only by electron microscopy. Also called fine structure.

ultrastructure

(ˈʌltrəˌstrʌktʃə)
n
(Biology) the minute structure of a tissue or cell, as revealed by microscopy, esp electron microscopy
ˌultraˈstructural adj

ul•tra•struc•ture

(ˈʌl trəˌstrʌk tʃər)

n.
the aggregate of structures within a cell that are revealed by electron microscopy.
[1935–40]
ul`tra•struc′tur•al, adj.

ultrastructure

the submicroscopic, elemental structure of protoplasm. — ultrastructural, adj.
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Translations
Ultrastruktur
초미세구조

ul·tra·struc·ture

n. ultraestructura, estructura diminuta que solamente puede distinguirse bajo un microscopio electrónico.
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The primary ultrastructures of both problematica were obliterated by recrystallization, but the growth habit and chemical composition of the recrystallized structures provided an insight into the original mineralogy.
upon reexamination of the ultrastructures by electron microscopy.
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The ultrastructure of such unusual biomineralization is not known and detailed SEM studies of cirratulid skeletal ultrastructures are necessary for proper comparison with the structures of erpulids and sabellids as well as of other invertebrates.