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microphotograph

 [mi″kro-fo´to-graf]
a photograph of small size.

mi·cro·pho·to·graph

(mī'krō-fō'tō-graf),
A minute photograph of any object, as distinguished from a photomicrograph.

microphotograph

/mi·cro·pho·to·graph/ (-fōt´ah-graf) a photograph of small size.

mi·cro·pho·to·graph

(mī'krō-fō'tŏ-graf)
A minute photograph of any object, as distinguished from a photomicrograph.

microphotograph

a photograph of small size.
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In contrast to those of the nylon and PVC, the SEM microphotographs of the exposed epoxy surface showed that the organic surface had been replaced by a protective layer of glass fibers and filler particles, as shown in Figure 5.
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Contest winners will be announced at the 31st Annual National Society for Histotechnology Convention in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on September 10, 2005 and microphotographs of the winning entries will be posted on the Sigma-Aldrich website.
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His data on these matters are accentuated here by dozens of Rasmussen's microphotographs 1 snowflakes.
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The microphotographs in Figure 3 depict the 10x20 mil deposits at a separation of 10 mils, after reflow.
Microphotographs were taken at approximately five-minute intervals and show the transformation of a small, elf-cap shaped, detached zooid into a telotroch resembling that of a Zoothamnium macrozooid.
The unseen universe comes to light in a touring collection of prize-winning microphotographs.