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micrograph

[′mī·krə‚graf]
(engineering)
An instrument for making very tiny writing or engraving.
(graphic arts)
A graphic reproduction of the surface of a prepared specimen at a magnification greater than 10 diameters.
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The JEM-2200FS also uses a new rotation-free optical system to form the micrography, which facilitates the acquisition of TEM micrographies and diffraction patterns.
Caption: Figure 4: Micrography of particles obtained at pH of 1.75, 15[degrees]C, 0.08 g of TW80, 1 g of ECA, and 0.25 g of IB.
Caption: Figure 4: Micrography of immunohistochemistry staining with Streptavidina-Biotine technique revealed with diaminobenzidine.
Scanning electron micrography (SEM) of the monolith was carried out on an XL30E scanning electron microscope (Philips, The Netherlands).
Scanning electron micrography (SEM) was used to study the surface morphology of the prepared sample.
Prevalence of symptoms between groups Group 1, Group 2, patients patients (%) (%) p Tremor 88.9 89.2 Bradykinesia 76.2 89.2 Pain-cramp 58.7 70.3 Slowing gait 55.6 70.3 Constipation 55.6 56.8 EDS 55.6 64.9 RBD 50.8 54.1 Depression 50.8 45.9 Fatigue 47.6 70.3 0.02* Anosmia 44.4 29.7 Hyperhydrosis 42.9 43.2 Polypharmacy 41.3 45.9 Decreased libido/sexual function 39.7 29.7 Frequent voiding/incontinence 39.7 54.1 Recognition of tremor by others 39.7 29.7 RLS 36.5 37.8 Spasms 31.7 43.2 Micrography 25.4 18.9 Falling 17.5 37.8 0.02* Dyskinesia 4.8 24.3 0.004** EDS: Excessive daytime sleepiness; RBD: REM sleep behavior disorder; RLS: restless legs syndrome Table 3.
A focal stair-step pattern could be observed on gross examination at the medial corner of the PCL recess, and scanning electron micrography showed fatigue striations at this point (Figure 6(c)).
Suspension of PEG-b-PLA was characterized by the transmission electron micrography (TEM), electrophoretic light scattering (ELS), and dynamic light scattering (DLS) methods.
The company tried to compare the integers to pixels, as used according to the principles of micrography or text art.
Figure 5a shows the sample's micrography with 15 wt.% of Fine Fraction (FF), obtained by Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM).
Unlike in the Iowa leaf, where the names of the apostles appear as performance indications, the names of the apostles in D-DU1 MS D-l 1 are written in a unique form of micrography seen throughout the Soest manuscripts, as discussed by Susan Marti in "Sisters in the Margins?: Scribes and Illuminators in the Scriptorium of Paradies near Soest," in Leaves from Paradise: The Cull of John the Evangelist at the Dominican Convent of Paradies bei Soest, ed.