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Histologic \His`to*log"ic\, Histological \His`to*log"ic*al\ a. (Biol.) Pertaining to histology, or to the microscopic structure of the tissues of living organisms. -- His`to*log"ic*al*ly, adv.


a. Pertaining to histology.


adj. of or relating to histology [syn: histologic]

Usage examples of "histological".

If you want to know if a cell has a nucleus, then get a microscope, learn to take histological sections, stain the cell, put it under the microscope, and look.

From here, McNichol said, they would be sliced thin as a hair, mounted on slides, and put under the microscope for histological examination.

I remember reading about an examination of Egyptian mummies, where the pathologists were able to perform histological sections, after rehydrating the hardened tissues with sodium carbonate.

Many of them have already been examined, but it remains to be seen whether I will make more exact histological examinations on all of them.