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substage

 [sub´stāj]
the part of the microscope underneath the stage.

sub·stage

(sŭb'stāj),
An attachment to a microscope, below the stage, supporting the condenser or other accessory.

substage

(sŭb′stāj) [″ + O.Fr. estage, position]
The part of the microscope below the stage by which attachments are held in place.
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Based on the histological and histochemical characteristics (size, cell morphology and distribution pattern, and H-E staining of yolk), five phases of the oogenesis cycle were identified, and furthermore, according to their cellular characteristics, 11 oocyte substages were distinguished in Lithodes santolla.
The histological analysis showed five ovarian stages and nine oocyte substages, as described in the following paragraphs.
Equally, imperfection may exist in the questions as they are not specific to early cervical cancer substages where some management options would not be justified.
NS might have diverse, even contradictory, influence on each of the substages of the hydration.
The Nanmushu deposit is a MVT Zn-Pb deposit, and the mineralization contains three stages: (1) sedimentary diagenetic stage, (2) hydrothermal ore-forming stage with three substages (I, II, and III), and (3) supergene stage.
This Zika model incorporates incubation periods as the progression in [e.sub.h] incubation substages in humans ([mathematical expression not reproducible]) and [e.sub.m] incubation substages in vectors ([mathematical expression not reproducible]).
The development was described in ten stages, denoted by Roman numerals from I to X; the IX [sup]th stage including three substages and the X [sup]th stage including five substages [Figure 1].{Figure 1}
We evaluated the percentages of the three pachytene substages (P1-3) corresponding in the rat model to early (P1), mid (P2) and late (P3) pachytene substages (Geoffroy-Siraudin et al., 2012).
The counter-argument, which tries to reconcile deference and correctness, proceeds by breaking down the "content" stage into two substages: one in which the judge determines what procedures were required in the circumstances and another in which the judge determines whether the agency lived up to these requirements.
If a process unit has multiple substages or multiple subprocess units, calculate the visibility using geometric mean for their subprocess units.
(See Table 1.) The three main stages, which had specific objectives, were divided into substages for prebriefing, performance, and debriefing.

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