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A schematic diagram or illustration, usually in color, representing a biological process or molecule, presented either in a journal or in a lecture

cartoon

Medical communication A schematic diagram or illustration, usually in color, representation of a biological process or molecule, presented either in a journal or in a lecture. Cf 'Nettergram. '.
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In an interview with Russell, Joseph McCabe asked if Russell's work on "Ramadan" (1993) in Caiman's Sandman was intentionally cartoonish, in contrast to the settings.
With my ever increasing use of the Internet, I have grown to love cartoonish people.
The full-color art is cartoonish, but lovingly detailed; Sfar does an excellent job of populating her world with a variety of bizarre, outlandish creatures such as golems, mandragoras, tree-men, ghosts, shades, goat-creatures, witches and putty monsters.
In a side gallery, the artist presented Kamikaze, 2005, a post-and-lintel balance beam painted in cartoonish woodgrain, and topped by models of the severed front quarters of two miniature horses (each consisting of two legs, a neck, and a chest, with no head and no behind).
This is too day-glo, too cartoonish and sadly unfunny.
Instead of the sexually carefree vibe of disco, radio and pop culture were quickly saturated by the harsh macho swagger of punk and the sometimes cartoonish pogo-bounce of New Wave, two movements that were decidedly hetero in demeanor at frost.
Clever readers will enjoy spotting the playful swine in the cartoonish illustrations as they elude the harried farmer.
But each weekend's movie is cartoonish with special effects and product tie-ins, from big-gulp cups to happy-meal action figures.
based production company will be making more than just a cartoonish TV reality show.
A large appliqued and embroidered blanket (Fuck Fuck Fuck You [all works 2005]), for instance, appeared nearly devoid of content, though on closer inspection it bore an image of the rearing pelvis of a woman, legs spread and surrounded by a school of cartoonish sperm.
Yeager's pieces incorporate theatrical elements such as oversized, cartoonish props in the Peter Gabriel medley Sledgehammer and water pouring down on the dancers in the Odyssey's lyrical signature piece, Rain.