light micrograph

light mi·cro·graph

a photograph produced by means of a light microscope.
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(A) Light micrograph showing the spermathecal reservoir (b) and duct (d).
Figure 2 shows light micrograph of the examined steel after conventional quenching followed by SZT for 17 h.
Figure la shows a representative light micrograph of the sample taken from the Cu-Bi casting, The microporosity is clearly visible under the light microscope; however, the bismuth phase was a bit difficult to distinguish, Using back scatter electron emission and energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy, the bismuth phases became much more distinguishable (see Figure lb).
Caption: Figure 1: Representative phase-contrast light micrograph showing the typical cuboidal morphology of cultured bovine trophoblastic cells (10th passage) on mouse embryonic fibroblasts, MEFs (a), and on porcine granulosa cells, PGCs (b) [200x].
Light micrograph pointed out the antennae (Fig.1), whereas that antenna of investigated ant samples contained 12 antennomers for workers and 11 antennomers for males that have the same length and diameter and sensilla (Fig.
POLARIZED LIGHT MICROGRAPH OF CRYSTALS OF FOLIC ACID (FOLACIN), A MEMBER OF THE VITAMIN B COMPLEX--140X
Light micrographs of Gomori trichrome-stained frozen sections of vastus lateralis muscle from a 66-yearold man with Anncaliia algerae microsporidial myositis, New South Wales, Australia.
Polarized light micrographs taken from samples crystallized isothermally at 140[degrees]C are presented in Fig.
She also adds the new appendix "Tissues that Resemble Each Other" that compares and contrasts 40 light micrographs that may easily be mistaken for the other.
Caption: FIGURE 3: Light micrographs of crude oil body (COBs) emulsions of pecan nuts soaked for 0h (a and b) and 24 h (c and d).