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microphotograph

[¦mī·krə′fōd·ə‚graf]
(graphic arts)
A microscopically small photograph, requiring magnification to be readable.
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Throughout the next decades and until the 1970s, the growing popularity of this new technology brought with it numerous new manufacturers and end users, all trying to find applications for the use of microphotography and a fit within their organisations.
a)-(c)) Representative micrographs of renal sections and crystal deposits were presented in the control group, the EG treated group, and the EG + metformin treated group, respectively, using HE staining and polarized light optical microphotography.
The SEM microphotography of samples with Prime&Bond NT--Ceram X Mono (PB/CXM) placed perpendicular to the direction of the dentinal tubules (Figure 2) shows the composite (K), the adhesive layer (A) that is not penetrated into the acid-etched dentin (D), the hybrid layer is visible as a bright area.
Despite a flourishing career in microphotography, Sakr chose to continue his career by fixing guitars when he returned to Egypt.
Other topics of the 18 papers include the history of information science in Croatia and France, Lodewyck Bendikson's work in microphotography, Norbert Henrich's indexing work in Germany, changes to access rights in digital legal information, and past debates over classification systems.
The VCO schematic and the microphotography of the standalone circuit are shown in Figure 2.
The photography is stunning, with superb use of time-lapse, close-up, and nighttime photography as well as electron microphotography.
Microphotography grown monstrous, the footage has been grafted to a sound track blending exotica chanteuse Yma Sumac's multioctave ululations with snippets from Handel's Rinaldo, whose titular character was originally written for castrato.
Observation and microphotography were assessed using a Nikon Opthot-2 microscope fitted with a digital Coolpix 950 camera.
Against Llewellyn's stark backdrops, his microphotography, composed of 8 to 45 images stitched together for maximum clarity-marries function and form with breathtaking results.
Observation was recorded and microphotography was done for projection slides and photographs.