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A schematic diagram or illustration, usually in color, representing a biological process or molecule, presented either in a journal or in a lecture

cartoon

Medical communication A schematic diagram or illustration, usually in color, representation of a biological process or molecule, presented either in a journal or in a lecture. Cf 'Nettergram. '.
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So expectations were unusually high for what Chris calls his "big, stupid, cartoony new studio sitcom"
Simple, cartoony illustrations pepper this delightful blend of laughter and insight.
We didn't want to go too human, because that's too anthropomorphic, and it gets into the realm of cartoony,'' McIntosh explains.
Crumb, not only in the weight he gives women, who dwarf and are indifferent to his little male lead, but in his slightly cartoony treatment of form.
I wanted to make something that didn't look like digital out of a digital medium, but I didn't want it to look cartoony, and I ironically started playing around with the "real" filters in Photoshop, like photocopy, etc.
Such random selfishness leaves the film with a glib, cartoony flatness.
The game offers charming cartoony graphics, hilarious multi-player action, highly-advanced audio visuals and a myriad of tools and utilities to provide action-packed, long-playing game play.
Big characters and a cartoony style create the illusion that this is a playable cartoon.
The colorful, cartoony art almost jumps off the page, in this high-spirited adventure sure to spark a smile.
Zelda fans had hoped for a realistic portrayal of Hyrule on the then-groundbreaking hardware, but instead got a cell-shaded cartoony romp on the high seas, far removed from the Zelda of old.
The graphics on the game are very cute and cartoony and it is a lot of fun to play even if it does drive you mad.
10 Fulfilling Ways to Raise a Lifetime Reader is a picturebook guide intended for parents, yet written and illustrated in a cartoony, comic-strip style accessible to readers of all ages and backgrounds.