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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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A microphotography captured in an image analyzer (Figure 3, bottom) illustrates the vesicular slag and sponge appearance of this variety.
V, Substrate microphotography can enhance cell adhesive and migratory responsiveness to matrix ligand density, J.
The young Spanish photographer's pictures employ the technique of microphotography, which is used in Biology.
The microscopic bowl was first created in December 2006, but only recently revealed after it was entered for a microphotography competition.
Driving a work back to its most elementary constituent (such as a fractal pattern, or a cellular structure as revealed by microphotography, or a child's basic motor pattern as revealed through scribbles, or even a pattern of disease spread), and subsequently identifying that constituent as the basis upon which we should build our understanding of all of Pollock's paintings, seems to accomplish the interpretative work begun even in the artist's own time under the guise of scientific fact.
Begun in 1974 to recognize excellence in microphotography, the Nikon show has gone from niche competition to a mainstream attraction.
A flow-visualization technique based on microphotography was applied to observe the shapes of coating beads.
Although state-of-the-art equipment for microphotography had been acquired in 1937 at the BN, Cain expressed concern that the high cost of microfilm readers inhibited their widespread use in France.
22) Several commercially available systems integrate hardware and software for digital gross photography and microphotography.
Burns, MD, Department of Anatomical and Clinical Pathology, Palmetto Richland Memorial Hospital, for providing the microphotography.
Future research in this area will involve microphotography and high-speed video to help identify exactly how the suture breaks at the eyelet.