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microform

[′mī·krə‚fȯrm]
(graphic arts)
A miniature replica of data, such as microfiche or microfilm.
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microform

In micrographics, a medium that contains microminiaturized images such as microfiche and microfilm. See micrographics.
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For example, using MICROFISH, it was demonstrated that low-temperature Archaea, which represent a dominant group in deep ocean water but are currently known only from rRNA gene clone libraries, readily take up amino acids at low ambient concentrations (Ouverney and Fuhrman, 1999).