microphotograph

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microphotograph

[¦mī·krə′fōd·ə‚graf]
(graphic arts)
A microscopically small photograph, requiring magnification to be readable.
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SEM microphotographs of V, V-CNT1, V-CNT2, VO, VO-CNT1, VO-CNT2, and CNT.
Microphotograph of the maturation phase showing pre-embryogenic structures (arrows).
Representative microphotographs of the intestinal migration cells infected by [DELTA]escF and EscF-complemented strain EPEC at 6 h are shown in Figure 3B.
Multiple overlapping microphotographs were stitched together to capture the entire structures.
Caption: Figure 2: SEM microphotographs of native (a) and fermented modified potato starches (bar is 2 [micro]m): (b) AM-0.05, (c) AM-0.1, (d) AM-0.5, (e) AM-1, (f) Bl-0.05, (g) Bl-0.1, (h) Bl-0.5, and (i) Bl-1.
Microphotographs from the ovary part of the gonad organ and the cell types present in diploids and tetraploids are presented in Figure 2.
Microphotographs obtained at 50X and 2000X are presented in Figures 10 and 11
Composite of microphotographs of the patient's urine sample subjected to cytospin to concentrate the sample in a focused area.