microphotograph


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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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Transmission electron microscopy microphotographs depict the spermatozoa ultrastructure in diploid and tetraploid organisms (Fig.
In the microphotograph of Figure 19, it is possible to compare the spherulitic crystallinity in the mass and the different one that takes place next to the fibers, separating the two phases.
Microphotograph of High Grade Papillary Urothelial Carcinoma [H and E100 x]
5, electro scanning microphotographs of tenaculum; 6, apex of tibiotarsus III with ungues and unguiculus; and 7, foot complex showing bent apical filament of the unguiculus.
SEM microphotographs representative of the produced corroded steel surfaces and copper platings are shown in Figure 1.
The geometrical characteristics of the varactor are presented in Table 2 and a microphotograph is shown in Figure 6.
Photo: This microphotograph of the cross section of a rivet formed on an orbital headformer shows the smooth material grain flow structure characteristic of this process.
Microphotograph of H&E Stained Section of Infiltrating Ductal Carcinoma (100 X)
14) has only one dimension in thickness in nanometer range as shown in the SEM microphotograph in Fig.
The microphotograph showing changes in hydrogen charged material is displayed in Fig.
These are HE stained microphotographs showing 10 weeks and 14 weeks fetal liver tissue under Low power (Microphotograph 5, 10 weeks fetus) and scan power (Microphotograph , 14 weeks) and Low power (Microphotograph 7, 14 weeks).