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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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Transmission electron microscopy microphotographs depict the spermatozoa ultrastructure in diploid and tetraploid organisms (Fig.
Caption: FIGURE 2: Microphotographs showing the immunohistochemical expression of PDPN in cervical tissues.
Microphotographs were taken by a camera in the bright field under UV to reveal autofluorescence and nuclei stained by DAPI and under appropriate filter to reveal oxidized H2DCFDA or DHE fluorescence.
Microphotographs were taken by using CCD digital camera (DK 5000) fitted on Leica light microscope (DM 1000).
Microphotographs were obtained using a Zeiss LSM 510 confocal microscope.
In microphotographs it is visible that from a fiber surface removal of technological impurity (dressing) happens gradually.
The pollen grains (without the usual fixation and dehydration procedures) were directly covered with a thin layer of gold (ion sputtering coating) in sputter coater (SC7620) and examined using a scanning electron microscopy (Loua, Germany), and the microphotographs were taken.
The book is very thoroughly illustrated with black and white microphotographs.
Microphotographs were made by a Jeol JSM-5600LV scanning electron microscope.
Figure 5(a) shows the microphotographs of the CTRL mixture cured under standard curing for 28 days.
Microphotographs show an unequivocal human papillomavirus (HPV) cytopathic effect on Papanicolaou test (A) and follow-up biopsy (C, hematoxylin-eosin stain) in a woman infected with HPV 90.