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Imari

(ēmä`rē), city (1990 pop. 60,882), Saga prefecture, NW Kyushu, Japan, on Imari Bay. It is a fishing and commercial port that produces such products as porcelain, lumber, and marine products.
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The 3D surface topography, reconstructed by Imaris software, is shown in Fig.
(f) After image processing, all 236 contoured images are stitched to become a 3D topography result by Imaris software.
(f) After image processing, all 348 contour images are stitched to become a 3D topography result by Imaris software.
Three-dimensional images were reconstructed from confocal optical sections using Imaris software.
Pricing starts at EUR2,900 for a five-user licence when purchased separately or EUR1,995 when sold with Imaris in any configuration.
High honors were given to Camille Ahearn, Imaris Antonetti Garcia, Jillian Burgoyne, Kaitlyn Clark, Grace Connor, Haley Dalzell, Margaret Dawson, Nicole Dellana, Alexander Doucette, Samuel Frawley, Sophia Gonet, Chelsea Hamill, Tyler Jones, Chelsea Koch, Rianna Linstrom, Chelcie Martin, Corbett Masters, Joseph McGillicuddy, Tyler Medeiros, Ericka Morgan, Kathryn Pesanelli, Amy Shin, Nichole Spilios, Maryssa Trudeau, Brent Walkoff and Christopher Wilson.