Micrometres

Some articles on micrometres, micrometre:

Haemoproteus - Subgenera
... oocysts have diameters greater than 20 micrometres ... The average length of the sporozoites is less than 10 micrometres ... Mature oocysts have diameters less than 20 micrometres ...
Sarcocystis - Diagnosis
... hominis average 9.3 by 14.7 micrometres and those of S ... suihominis average 10.5 by 13.5 micrometres ... hominis is up to 6 micrometres thick and appears radially striated from villar protrusions up to 7 micrometres long ...
Hemorheology - Other Characteristics - The Fåhræus–Lindqvist Effect
... dimension of 8 μm, an apparent failure occurs at about 300 micrometres ... was a function of tube diameter, for diameters of 300 micrometres and less, when they flowed constant-hematocrit blood from a well-stirred reservoir through a tube ... The finding that for small tubes with diameters below about 300 micrometres and for faster flow rates which do not allow appreciable erythrocyte aggregation, the effective viscosity of the ...
Herschel Space Observatory - Instrumentation
... covering wavelengths from 55 to 210 micrometres ... The imaging camera can image simultaneously in two bands (either 60–85/85–130 micrometres and 130–210 micrometres) with a detection limit of a few millijanskys ... An imaging camera and low-resolution spectrometer covering 194 to 672 micrometre wavelength ...
Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer
... first two are centered around the red (0.6 micrometres, 500 THz) and near-infrared (0.9 micrometres, 300 THz) regions, the third one is located around 3.5 micrometres, and the last two ... data in a 6th channel located at 1.6 micrometres ...