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microcopy

[′mī·krō‚käp·ē]
(graphic arts)
A photographic reproduction that is too small to be read without magnification.
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Luigi Fedele and his colleagues in Milan reported ultrastructural changes in biopsy sites from the septum, compared with the sites in the lateral uterine wall, using scanning electron microcopy.
The optical microcopy segment currently dominates the microscopy market and accounted for $1.
Electron microcopy of phage particles: A high titre phage preparation [[~10.
To analyse the crystallinity of formed PVDF thin film and evaluate its quality, a wide range of techniques were used in this research including microcopy, X-ray and infrared spectroscopy methods.
In addition, electron microcopy lab has transmission electron microscope 420T (Philips), scanning electron microscope and atomic force microscopes.
In our practice, routine urine microscopy is performed using an automated IRIS iQ200 Sprint except among those samples with an elevated protein concentration or abnormal automated microcopy findings (about one-third of the total) which are, instead, subjected to traditional manual microscopy.
24) Pala Indian School, Annual Report, 1910, Superintendents' Annual Narrative and Statistical Reports from the Field Jurisdictions of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1907-1938, roll 99, microcopy 1011, target 2; ARCIA (1904), 166; Shipek, Pushed into the Rocks, 54.
The observations under light microcopy made it possible to following the developmental changes in the mucous membrane of the tongue from day 50 of prenatal life to prepubertal life in the Red Sokoto goat.
Antibodies corresponding to both the catalytic domain and the hemopexin domain were utilized and tissues were observed under both ultraviolet and visible light microcopy.
14, 3 July 1893-28 July 1901, Despatches from United States Consuls in Tampico, 1824-1906, microcopy T-241, National Archives (hereafter NA-Consulate), Washington DC.