whole mount

whole mount defined in 1951 year

whole mount - whole mount;
whole mount - An entire organism or part of an organism, prepared by fixation, staining, dehydration, and clearing (but not cut into sections by microtome), and placed on a slide, usually in Canada balsam under a coverslip, for microscopical examination.

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letter "W"
start from "WH"
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