electron micrograph


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micrograph

 [mi´kro-graf]
1. an instrument for recording very minute movements by making a greatly magnified photograph of the minute motions of a diaphragm.
2. a photograph of a minute object or specimen as seen through a microscope.
electron micrograph a graphic reproduction of an object as viewed with an electron microscope.

e·lec·tron mi·cro·graph

the image produced by the electron beam of an electron microscope, recorded on an electron-sensitive plate or film.

electron micrograph

n.
A micrograph made by an electron microscope.

e·lec·tron mi·cro·graph

(ĕ-lektron mīkrŏ-graf)
Image produced by electron beam of an electron microscope, recorded on an electron-sensitive plate or film.
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Transmission electron micrograph of 49.5 cm CVRL (185th day) buffalo foetus showing electron dense secretory granules (SG) of varying density.
The scanning electron micrograph was taken after the cultivation of MC3T3-E1 osteoblast cell line and based on this, the number of cells adhesion on a fixed area of Ti[O.sub.2] nanotube was analyzed (Figure 4).
The superb color images take pride of place, with each drawing or electron micrograph accompanied by a lengthy descriptive caption.
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Some of the ultrastructural morphology displayed by an Ebola virus virion is revealed in this undated handout colorized transmission electron micrograph (TEM) obtained by Reuters August 1, 2014.
"I think our evidence is pretty conclusive," says Hirsh as he displays an electron micrograph of the plasma membrane of a slowly frozen poplar cell.
High power electron micrograph of acinar cells during the sexually inactive period showing well developed complexus golgiensis (G), mitochondria (M) near the Golgi and large number of electron lucent secretory granules (SG) and electron dense secretory granules (Sg) in the supranuclear part of the cytoplasm and also in the Golgi zone.