microcinematography

mi·cro·cin·e·ma·tog·ra·phy

(mī'kro-sin'ĕ-mă-tog'ră-fē),
The application of moving pictures taken through magnifying lenses to the study of an organ or system in motion; for example, the circulation in living embryos.
[micro- + G. kinēma, movement, + graphō, to write]

microcinematography

/mi·cro·cin·e·ma·tog·ra·phy/ (-sin″ĭ-mah-tog´rah-fe) moving picture photography of microscopic objects.

mi·cro·cin·e·ma·tog·ra·phy

(mī'krō-sin'ĕ-mă-tog'ră-fē)
The application of moving pictures taken through magnifying lenses to the study of an organ or system in motion; e.g., the circulation in living embryos.
[micro- + G. kinēma, movement, + graphō, to write]

microcinematography

(mī″krō-sĭn″ĕ-mă-tŏg′ră-fē) [″ + kinema, motion, + graphein, to write]
Motion pictures of microscopic objects.
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Cellular Features: Microcinematography and Film Theory.