polychromatic


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polychromatic

, polychromic, polychromous
1. having various or changing colours
2. (of light or other electromagnetic radiation) containing radiation with more than one wavelength

Polychromatic

Having or exhibiting a variety of colors.
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Table-1: Comparison of polychromatic erythrocytes/normochromatic erythrocyte ratio in different groups.
The incidence% of micronucleated polychromatic erythrocytes (MnPCEs) and micronucleated normochromatic erythrocytes were not varied significantly after treatment with ZnO NPs when compared to that of before treatment.
The optical design of the polychromatic polscope is based on a standard polarized light microscope, which is equipped with a special polarization state generator and analyzer.
Since materials have unique attenuation profiles at different energy levels according to their linear attenuation coefficient, DECT can utilize mathematical algorithms to examine tissues when exposed to both low and high-energy polychromatic X-ray beams.
A vast majority of clinicians still utilize monochromatic techniques when aesthetically restoring teeth with composites20 while some believe in the use of a polychromatic approach with multiple shades, tints and opaque to create life-like restorations.
Figure 1 shows the results of micronuclei counts per 1,000 polychromatic erythrocytes in each animal of different groups.
Table 1: Micronucleated polychromatic eryhrocytes (Mn PcEs) in bone marrow cells of male mice freated with DOX and/or Chrysanthemum indicum.
His polychromatic, post-drag performance installation KTCHN, made in collaboration with painter Nolan Hendrickson, is set for its New York premiere next summer.
3 IPL flash lamps emit broadband polychromatic high- intensity light with a wavelength spectrum ranging between 500-1200nm targeting dermal vessels at various depths.
The test, which uses standard intracellular cytokine staining procedures and polychromatic flow cytometry, provides results within 24 hours of blood sampling.
Examining a quartz wedge between crossed polars in polychromatic light produces a range of colors (Fig.