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photofluorography

 [fo″to-floor-og´rah-fe]
the photographic recording of fluoroscopic images on small films, using a fast lens; used in mass radiography of the chest. Called also fluorography and fluororadiography.
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pho·to·flu·or·og·ra·phy

(fō'tō-flūr-og'ră-fē),
Miniature radiographs made by contact photography of a fluoroscopic screen, formerly used in mass radiographic examination of the lungs.
[photo- + L. fluor, a flow, + G. graphē, a writing]
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fluorography

(flo͝o-rŏg′rə-fē, flô-, flō-)
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fluorography

Fluororadiography, photofluorography Imaging The photography of fluoroscopic images. See Electronic fluorography.
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pho·to·flu·o·rog·ra·phy

(fō'tō-flōr-og'ră-fē)
Miniature radiographs made by contact photography of a fluoroscopic screen, formerly used in mass radiographic examination of the lungs.
Synonym(s): fluorography.
[photo- + L. fluor, a flow, + G. graphē, a writing]
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The analysis of in vitro translation fluorographs from three fractions of a pooled sample of [approximately equal to] 100 crowns that were extracted separately and the comparison of three in vitro translation replicates of one of these mRNA samples confirmed the repeatabilitity of this analytical approach (data not shown).
The sum of the intensities of individual upregulated gene products represented a higher proportion of the total optical density measured on the fluorographs from winterhardy cultivars than that of the nonhardy cultivars.
The cumulative integrated optical density of these up-regulated translation products accounted for nearly 45% of the total optical density on the fluorograph of Apica in December (Fig.