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micrography

(maɪˈkrɒɡrəfɪ)
n
1. (General Physics) the description, study, drawing, or photography of microscopic objects
2. (General Physics) the technique of using a microscope
3. the art or practice of writing in minute characters
miˈcrographer n
micrographic adj
ˌmicroˈgraphically adv

micrography

the art or technique of writing with extremely small characters. — micrographic, adj.
See also: Writing
the study, examination, or description of things that are so small they must be viewed through a microscope. — micrograph, n. — micrographic, adj.
See also: Size
Translations
micrografie

micrography

[maɪˈkrɒgrəfɪ] nmicrofotografia

mi·crog·ra·phy

, micrographia
n. micrografía, estudio microscópico.
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The famously magnified flea and ant of Robert Hooke's Micrographia (1665) offered both an opportunity to enhance knowledge and understanding of these equivocal creatures, and a prompt to meditate on the difference between human and divine creation.
Em sua revista Philosophical Transactions, a academia publicou trabalhos importantissimos, como Micrographia de Robert Hooke, trabalho pioneiro de microscopia cientifica, Principia Mathematica de Isaac Newton, no qual apresentou suas celebres tres leis, a descricao do experimento da pipa de Benjamin Franklin, revolucionario no estudo da eletricidade, entre muitos outros.
Hooke's Micrographia (1665) for the first time can readily
In a famous Croonian Lecture (1925) (8) on lesions in the striatum, Wilson listed (1) weakness in motion (micrographia), (2) delay in initiation, execution, and termination of movement, and (3) poverty of movement, as characteristics of voluntary movement in the striatal diseases and called "akinesis".
A pedagogy of sight: Microscopic vision in Robert Hooke's Micrographia. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 95(2), 192-209.
A systematic review found that the clinical features most strongly associated with a diagnosis of PD were trouble turning in bed, a shuffling gait, tremor, difficulty opening jars, micrographia, and loss of balance.
Resting tremor, rigidity- lead-pipe or cogwheel rigidity, Hypokinesia or bradykinesia, Mask-like face, Micrographia, Festinate gait.
These have a noticeable effect on the handwriting and sketching abilities of patients, and micrographia (an acquired disorder that features abnormally small, cramped handwriting or the progression to progressively smaller handwriting) has been used for early-stage diagnosis of Parkinson's.
Despite being non-significant, depressive symptoms (50.8%), anosmia (44.4%), decreased libido/sexual functions (39.7%), recognition of tremor by others (39.7%), and micrographia (25.4%) were more common in Group l; meanwhile, bradykinesia (89.2%), pain-cramp (70.3%), slow gait (70.3%), EDS (64.9%), constipation (56.8%), REM sleep behavior disorder (54.1%), frequent voiding/incontinence (54.1%), polypharmacy (45.9%), hyperhidrosis (43.2%), spasm (43.2%), and restless legs syndrome (37.8%) were more common in Group 2 (Table 2).
J had no unilateral tremor, masked fades, or micrographia. Mr.
Kaida, "An atypical case of anti-nmda receptor encephalitis: Predominant parkinsonism and persisting micrographia without oro-facial dyskinesia," Internal Medicine, vol.