(Greek: small, tiny; also, a decimal prefix used in the international metric system for measurements)
One millionth part of [something]; in the metric system: 10-6 [0.000 001].
2. A body that is abnormally small.
A child with microsomia is considered to have significant undergrowth or smallness of the body.
2. A plant that is native to an arctic or alpine region.
An integument is a natural outer covering or coat: such as, the skin of an animal or the membrane enclosing an organ or the envelope of an ovule.2. Minute, hair-like structures found on the wings of certain insects; they resemble small covering hairs, but the absence of basal articulation distinguishes them; fixed hairs; aculei; minute non-movable hairs formed from cuticle; may produce an impression of cloudiness or color.
2. An enlarged photograph of an object viewed with a microscope, as distinguished from a microphotograph.