graticule


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graticule

Graduated transparent scale engraved or photographed, placed in the front focal plane of the eyepiece of an optical instrument for direct observation of the apparent image size or position in the field of view. Example: the focusing screen of a focimeter. Syn. reticule.
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This detailed tradition associating each member of Noah's lineage with a different terrestrial location, combined with other terrestrial referents from Scripture, served to provide those endeavouring to understand the places of the world with a ready-made graticule onto which to translate their particular spatial intelligence.
Each oocyte in a representative subsample of 100 oocytes from each formalin-preserved ovarian lobe was measured under a dissecting microscope with an eyepiece graticule.
Ptolemy cast a net or graticule of mathematical coordinates over the face of the oikoumene, the latitude and longitude of the Alexandrian school, whereby he could presumably establish with mathematical exactitude the location of individual places.
The common denominator of the key maps available to Columbus is that they bore a graticule either drawn or implied.
Users can easily overlay maps on multiple layers and add graticule lines, scale bars, legends, and title bars to create a professional and visually striking display.
MapViewer allows its users to easily overlay maps on several layers and add graticule lines, scale bars, legends, and title bars to generate a professional and beautiful display.
It allows users to shape the graticule and provides visual and numerical feedback for assessing distortion properties.
A graticule, either internal or surrounding the slit lamp eyepiece.
Measurements were calibrated using a graticule eyepiece on a [R]Leica Wild M3Z binocular microscope.
AmeriLithium's Wagin Salt Lakes Property comprises of 55 graticule blocks.