photographic scale


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photographic scale

The ratio of a distance measured on a photograph or mosaic to the corresponding distance on the ground, classified as follows: a. very large scale--1:4,999 and larger; b. large scale--1:5,000 to 1:9,999; c. medium scale--1:10,000 to 1:24,999; d. small scale--1:25,000 to 1:49,999; e. very small scale--1:50,000 and smaller. See also scale.
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Lenzy, who practices dermatology in Chicopee, Mass., used a central hair loss photographic scale in the study, which also can be helpful in the office to monitor hair loss and "to quantify how much hair loss a person has ...
Line and syringe kit for compact perfusor, latex free luer connection with needle 20/50ml, black, for the use of drugs with photographic scale dosed (ml) in the piston
The photographic scale used to evaluate seedling damage produces an ID for a group of internodes (sample of internodes within a seedling), based on the degree of chlorosis, reddening of foliage and foliage loss, although in our study only chlorosis and needle loss were included since reddening is much less common at the study site.

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