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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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6: Synaptonemal complex abnormalities observed with the two fungicides Primary rat spermatocytes stained with an anti-SCP3 antibody were selected to observe the spermatocyte nuclei showing synaptonemal complex abnormalities by fluorescence photomicroscopy.
For the last half of his life, photomicroscopy became Vishniac's primary focus.
The first fly was photographed with a Nikon[R] model D200 digital camera, and images of the larva were made with an Automontage[R] digital photomicroscopy system (Synchroscopy, Frederick, Maryland).
Photomicrographs of representative developmental stages were obtained under x100 magnification using a digital photomicroscopy setup (see Fig.
Photomicroscopy of hybridization product was conducted on whole larvae cleared in a solution of 2:1 benzyl benzoate:benzyl alcohol and also on serial sections of methacrylatemounted larvae.
However, a detailed examination of biofilms would await the electron microscope, which allowed high-resolution photomicroscopy at much higher magnifications than did the light microscope.
Establishing proper lighting and exposure to capture detail is much more difficult than in photomicroscopy.
Along the way, he has developed expertise in photography at small scales, technologies known as photomicroscopy - photography through a microscope - and photomacrography, a term that refers to extreme close-ups using a single macro lens, usually at less than 50X magnification.