polychromatic


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polychromatic

, polychromic, polychromous
1. having various or changing colours
2. (of light or other electromagnetic radiation) containing radiation with more than one wavelength

Polychromatic

Having or exhibiting a variety of colors.
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Table-1: Comparison of polychromatic erythrocytes/normochromatic erythrocyte ratio in different groups.
%MnPCEs: percent incidence of micro nucleated polychromatic erythrocytes, % MnNCEs: percent incidence of micro nucleated normochromic erythrocytes, PCE%: percentage of Polychromatic erythrocytes, P/N: ratio of polychromatic erythrocytes to normochromic erythrocytes.
The optical design of the polychromatic polscope is based on a standard polarized light microscope, which is equipped with a special polarization state generator and analyzer.
Since materials have unique attenuation profiles at different energy levels according to their linear attenuation coefficient, DECT can utilize mathematical algorithms to examine tissues when exposed to both low and high-energy polychromatic X-ray beams.
A vast majority of clinicians still utilize monochromatic techniques when aesthetically restoring teeth with composites20 while some believe in the use of a polychromatic approach with multiple shades, tints and opaque to create life-like restorations.21 Unless the clinician is well acquainted with all the available options, choosing the appropriate layering technique and necessary materials can become very tricky and challenging.22
The latest excavations, which began in 2012, have also revealed an aristocratic home with a polychromatic floor.
(It had been discrete Puritan off-white; he had it redone in the wild polychromatic fashion Victorians loved.) He altered the format of worship, introduced the keeping of Christmas and reached out to the younger generation of New Yorkers.
Our goal was to improve the polychromatic MTF while keeping the same number of elements, vignetting, focal length, and f/#.
"As a nod to the Queens West context we wove some of the black brick into our polychromatic facade, but it doesn't dominate the scheme."
This lively polychromatic scheme lifts this work to quite another level of sophistication.
Richards said that the irregular polychromatic granite used on the outside of the building came from a quarry on Kendall Road, and the reddish sandstone is from East Longmeadow.