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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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a) Light microphotography of Gyrodactylus cichlidarum parasitizing the Nile tilapia (scale bar = 50 [micro]m), b) ventral bar (scale bar = 10 [micro]m), c) the opisthaptor consists of two centrally positioned large hooks or hamuli (h) joined by two connecting bars, a simple dorsal bar (d) and an approximately triangular shaped ventral bar (v).
The presence of an organic component, used in order to make paper resistant to water, is well recognisable in the UV fluorescence microphotography, thanks to the peculiar visible emission in layer 1 and layer 4 (15 [micro]m thick) (Figure 9(b)).
Caption: FIGURE 5: MEB microphotography of healthy dentin-resin interface treated with the following techniques: (a) self-etch primer (SE), (b) pretreatment sodium hypochlorite commercial and self-etch primer (NaOCl/SE), and (c) pretreatment sodium hypochlorite commercial and self-etch primer with silver nanoparticles (NaOCl/SE + NaAg).
Taking advantage of the contrast provided by this staining between the granuloma and the extracellular matrix, the granulomatous lesions of FBR can be easily outlined on the numerical microphotography taken with a camera-equipped light microscope and the area was quantified using the calibrated NIS-Elements Imaging software (Nikon France).
Representative microphotography of H&E stained sections from border zone in indicated groups.
Microphotography of the rasterize image areas: a--raster dots on the undeformed film; b--changes of the raster dots on the shrinked film
Soon afterwards, the IPS officer whose hobby is microphotography, fell into trouble because of his connections with Gupta.
Caption: FIGURE 1: The microvilli in the rat capillary: electron microphotography. (a) An erythrocyte (E) inside the capillary; the microvilli (arrows) produce visible invaginations on the erythrocyte wall.
Paul Getty Museum, 2014) or Claudia Brittenham's recent The Murals of Cacaxtla (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2015), in which similar microphotography is applied to determine pigment and application sequence.