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micrograph

[′mī·krə‚graf]
(engineering)
An instrument for making very tiny writing or engraving.
(graphic arts)
A graphic reproduction of the surface of a prepared specimen at a magnification greater than 10 diameters.
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Figure 1B represents the micrography of the NPEK-114L resin.
104) Although we tried in vain to find SFB 16S rRNA gene sequence in the intestinal contents of humanized ex-germ free mice associated with microbiota of human baby feces (data not shown), there are some reports suggesting the presence of SFB in humans, according to light micrography and partial 16S rRNA gene sequences.
Micrometry and micrography was done for technical description of the unknown culture (Fig.
This allows the identification of such structures by means of optical microscopy, a method known as micrography or micrographic analysis.
The Art of Medicine, by Julie Anderson, Emm Barnes, and Emma Shackleton, fulfills this objective by presenting selected treasures from the Wellcome Collection--photographs, drawings, etchings, lithographs, paintings, sculpture, artifacts, electron micrography, and other genres that document the history of medical progress and changing attitudes toward health and the human body.
The scanning electron micrography (SEM) photographs were obtained on a S-570 Hitachi scanning electron microscope (Hitachi Co.
When the typical micrography of drepanocytes in the presence of anthocyanin extracts was compared with the micrography of untreated drepanocytes, the treated sample showed that the majority of drepanocytes reverse into normal biconcave form with anthocyanins of all tested plants.
Ugwuanyi (2002) traces the development of information channels from oral culture to clay tablets, papyrus, cuneiform, parchment, and print, through micrography to the new information technology.
Hidaka's group measured bone mineral density (BMD) and performed scanning electron micrography (SEM) in rats with osteoporosis and reported that Chujoto had similar efficacy to 17[beta]-oestradiol in treatment (Hidaka et al.
She wrote these poems in micrography so that when the Nazis liquidated the labor camp, she was able to roll them into a tiny packet and slip them under her tongue.
The atomic force micrography (AFM) image shows long, thin lamellar structure covering the latex film surface.