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ideogram

A graphics representation of the G banding pattern of a CHROMOSOME.
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However, a media ideogram for each of the species studies with each chromosome individualized in the genome has yet been achieved or displayed.
What Pound was fascinated is that Chinese ideograms look like natural pictures, although he acknowledged that "all the ideograms are not as musing"(Paige, 106).
In his nocturnal deliriums he claimed to have seen, floating together in the darkness of his cell, a series of Eastern ideograms and Western letters.
Diagrams offer a very different model of poetic form than ideograms or pictograms, let alone conventional approaches to the understanding of metrics, line, rhyme, and such.
Before long, however, Zao's ideograms began simultaneously to dissolve into abstraction and to assume dimensionality and monumentality.
He's only the Designer's Assistant, so he gets no ideograms.
Barton makes effective use of sometimes quite long lines, which will become a strength throughout the book, as is the case with "The Piano" in the Ideograms section: "It was something you would never let me play, the unseen body / of its music never to be drawn out by my fingers, its keys still // tantalizing, just beyond reach, sheet music ready on a stand, time.
All around him, hundreds of helmeted Chinese and Ethiopian workers and yellow earth-moving equipment inscribed with ideograms work on the foundations of what will become the new headquarters of the 53-member AU.
Among these, what intrigues Pound most are the ideogrammic images, since he believes ideograms present things in visual imagery.
Chinese characters are ideograms containing one meaning for each character.
New Delhi, Apr 26 (ANI): Chinese ideograms found in the Cuban city of Cienfuegos have been discovered to date back about 20 years earlier than the existing earliest evidence of Chinese presence in the country, it has been reported.
ideograms of Masson, sensing "the gesture beneath every ideogram as