electron micrograph


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electron micrograph

[i′lek‚trän ′mī·krə‚graf]
(graphic arts)
Photograph of a sample taken with an electron microscope.
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Schematic representation of the eukaryotic phylogenic tree (A) and the model cell (E), fluorescence microscopy (B-D) and electron micrographs (F, G) of C.
Scanning Electron Micrograph (SEM) showing (a) full picture of the olfactory organ lamellae (L) and raphe (R); (b) showing the ciliated non-sensory cells (CN), rod cells (RD), and supporting cells (S); (c) showing the ciliated non-sensory cells (CN), chloride cells (CC), microvillus (MV); (d) showing the ciliated non-sensory cells (CN), rod cells (RD) and supporting cells (S); (e) showing the ciliated non-sensory (CN), chloride cells (CC), supporting cells (S) and microvillus (M); (f) showing the ciliated non-sensory cells (CN)
On the cover are electron micrograph images of the Influenza A Type H1N1 virus.
The superb color images take pride of place, with each drawing or electron micrograph accompanied by a lengthy descriptive caption.
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The backscattered electron micrograph taken before buffing highlights the surface topography.
Caption: This electron micrograph shows influenza virus particles (round) on a cell membrane.
The quality of the electron micrograph was limiting and did not allow visualization of the diplokaryon nucleus.
This scanning electron micrograph shows a mixture of small cells with filaments and very large cells that lack filaments.