photomicrograph


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photomicrograph

[¦fōd·ō′mī·krə‚graf]
(graphic arts)
A micrograph produced by photography.
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Adult tucuxi left lung photomicrograph (HE); B: Photomicrograph of the detail of adult tucuxi (HE) left lung; C: Adult bronchodilator (HE) photomicrograph; D: Photomicrograph of detail of the presence of myoelastic sphincters in the adult tucuxi lung (HE); E: Photomicrograph of adult tucuxi alveolar sacs (SEM); F: Photomicrograph of the alveolar walls of adult boto alveolar sacs (arrow) (SEM).
A and B Photomicrograph of Atypical Glands suspicious for Malignancy showing AMACR Positivity.
Photomicrograph showing chief cells with pale eosinophilic cytoplasm and round to oval nuclei surrounded by sustentacular cells (hematoxylin-eosin, original magnification X20).
In order to determine micro voids in CMC Akutsel 3265, photomicrograph was used that is shown in Fig.
Plate 2A: Photomicrograph showing Ranikothalia sahnii, Assilina spinosa and Milliolid of larger benthic foraminifers microfacies (PPL.
Fig 4b: Photomicrograph showing typical growth pattern of nests of tumour cells (zellballen) surrounded by fibrovascular stroma (hematoxylin & eosin, x200).
Figure 3a and b shows the SEM photomicrograph of the particles size distributions for experimental runs Al and A4.
Both the photomicrographs of the samples that received blood tissue and those that received no blood tissue application were examined three times by an operator (JECS) previously trained and calibrated with two other operators (Kendall test, p < 0.
The following parameters were determined for each photomicrograph (n=10 per slide/ewe): tissue area, shrinkage area (the effect of fixation that was subtracted from the tissue area), cross-sectional capillary area density (CAD, total capillary area as a proportion of tissue area), capillary number density (CND, total number of capillaries per unit of tissue area), and capillary surface density (CSD, total capillary circumference per unit of tissue area).
Superior wetting of wood fibers by the epoxy is evident in the accompanying photomicrograph, as compared with HDPE -based WPC, in which individual wood fibers are clearly visible.
The photomicrograph Owens submitted to the contest was a demonstration image she used for her forensics department students (see cover).
He published the first Kodachrome (color) photomicrograph in 1939 (in Leica Photography) and published color fluorescent photographs of bacteria as early as 1946.