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microphotograph

 [mi″kro-fo´to-graf]
a photograph of small size.

mi·cro·pho·to·graph

(mī'krō-fō'tō-graf),
A minute photograph of any object, as distinguished from a photomicrograph.

microphotograph

/mi·cro·pho·to·graph/ (-fōt´ah-graf) a photograph of small size.

mi·cro·pho·to·graph

(mī'krō-fō'tŏ-graf)
A minute photograph of any object, as distinguished from a photomicrograph.

microphotograph

a photograph of small size.
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SNOWDON (1990): Atlas of Microcopy of Medicinal Plan& Culinary Herbs and Spices.
In 4 patients, blood examined by darkfield microcopy showed 1-5 motile Borrelia per slide.
compile seven chapters devoted to cell biology techniques, old and new: basic light microcopy, basic electron microscopy, cell culture, the isolation and functional analysis of organelles, fractionation, and 44 in vitro techniques pertaining to nuclear components, cells and membrane systems, and cytoskeletal and fibrillar systems.
Since virtual microcopy servers may come equipped with a set of instructional digital slides, it is a cost-effective way of distributing a standard set of microscope slides to students.
Murphy, General Staff, AEF, "Recapitulation of United States Air Service Work in Great Britain & Ireland," nd, Series A, Vol 16, Roll #4, "Col Gorrell's History of the US Army Air Service," Microcopy, T-619, The National Archives, Washington DC.
National Archives and Records Service, 1958), microcopy 267, roll 289.
and, as is shown by microcopy later, a loss of lamellar structure at still higher ethylene content (~14 wt.
EnviroScope combines a hermetically sealed sample chamber with modular environmental controls to provide atomic force microcopy scanning under non-ambient vacuum, gas, and liquid environments.
In some cases where recent records have been created, they have been put into a microcopy or electronic formats that are not useable on a permanent basis; the information that these systems were supposed to have saved is entirely lost.
Then they place the samples in a dry shipper, cooled to -321 [degrees] F, and send them to ARS scientists in the Electron Microcopy Unit at Beltsville, Maryland, for examination.
development of scanning probe microscopies (SPM) such as the scanning tunnelling microscopy (STM) and the atomic force microcopy (AFM), and 4.
00, Records of the Department of State Relating to the Internal Affairs of Mexico, 1910-1929, Microcopy 274, National Archives and Records Service, Washington, D.