[mahy-krop-see-uh] /maɪˈkrɒp si ə/
a defect of vision in which objects appear to be smaller than their actual size.
a defect of vision in which objects appear to be smaller than they appear to a person with normal vision
micropsia mi·crop·si·a (mī-krŏp’sē-ə)
A visual disorder in which objects appear much smaller than they actually are, possibly caused by a retinal disorder but often associated with hallucination or an unconscious attempt to shrink the world to a less threatening size.
[mahy-kroh-pahy-pet, -pi-] /ˌmaɪ kroʊ paɪˈpɛt, -pɪ-/ noun 1. a very slender for transferring or measuring minute amounts of fluid, microorganisms, etc. micropipette mi·cro·pi·pette (mī’krō-pī-pět’) n.
[mahy-kroh-plangk-tuh n] /ˌmaɪ kroʊˈplæŋk tən/ noun 1. visible as individual organisms only with the aid of a microscope, which excludes most animal .
A subset of PLANNER, implemented in Lisp by Gerald Sussman et al at MIT. Its important features were goal-oriented, pattern-directed procedure invocation, an embedded knowledge base, and automatic backtracking. microPLANNER was superseded by Conniver. [“microPLANNER Reference Manual”, G.J. Sussman et al, AI Memo 203, MIT AI Lab, 1970]. (1995-01-10)
micropodia mi·cro·po·di·a (mī’krō-pō’dē-ə) n. Abnormal smallness of the feet.