polychromatic


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Synonyms for polychromatic

Synonyms for polychromatic

(of light or other electromagnetic radiation) composed of more than one wavelength

having or exhibiting many colors

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One thousand polychromatic erythrocytes (PCE) were counted for each bone marrow smear under optical microscope, and the micronucleus rates were calculated.
Two thousand polychromatic erythrocytes (PCEs) were scored and concurrently met micronucleated polychromatic erythrocytes (MnPCEs) were recorded and expressed as percentage incidence.
Using the IRPL technology, the E-Eye device generates polychromatic pulses.
Inside is one of the most important sacred works of art from the region: a polychromatic wooden crucifix dating back to the 13th century.
Contract notice: Rental market and maintenance of copiers "board" monochromatic and polychromatic implementing digital technology to the sorbonne university paris new 3.
Inspired by Shinya Inoue, Michael Shribak devised a new technology, the polychromatic polscope, for direct viewing of a combination of retardance and slow-axis orientations in a specimen (Shribak, 2015).
Conventional or single energy CT (SECT) utilizes a single polychromatic X-ray beam (ranging from 70 to 140 kVp with a standard of 120 kVp) emitted from a single source and received by a single detector.
A vast majority of clinicians still utilize monochromatic techniques when aesthetically restoring teeth with composites whereas some believe in the use of a polychromatic approach with multiple shades, tints and opaque to create life-like restorations.
But for the general public, perhaps the satellite's most popular observation comes from its Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC), which is providing a daily series of color images depicting the entire globe as it rotates over the course of each day.
Using a microscope at 1000 x magnification (Olympus CX 41), 1,000 polychromatic erythrocytes were counted in each slide, and the number of micronuclei observed was registered.
For each animal, 2000 polychromatic erythrocytes (PCEs) were examined for the presence of micronucleated polychromatic erythrocytes (%MnPCEs).
FRANCE: Polychromatic (PCC), the nail polish division of Keystone Industries, has acquired French company Centre 7 (C7).
A great rectangle of white precast concrete paving will not only replace Jaray's polychromatic carpet but will extend across Broad Street almost up to the front door of the Municipal Bank and extend nearly as far as the Hall of Memory.
The correspondence between the two and contemporary reception of the bizarre, polychromatic building are included here, as are aphorisms Scheerbart wrote for it--'Without a palace of glass, life is a burdensome task.