aberrant

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aberrant

[ə′ber·ənt]
(biology)
An atypical group, individual, or structure, especially one with an aberrant chromosome number.
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Thereafter, all ports were displaced 1 inch medially to account for the horseshoe aberrancy.
And to make sense of conflict--an aberrancy that according to liberalisms optimistic view of human nature should never have existed in the first place--one must assume that the conflict could have been avoided if the strong had made concessions or renounced their unfair advantages at the outset.
The mental health professions' aberrancy and stigmatization of LGB sexual orientations has been based chiefly on preexisting moralistic viewpoints from multiple conservative religious faiths (Bayer, 1987; Herek, 2009; IOM, 2011).
Briefly, vertebral subluxation is theorized to consist of some type of minor biomechanical aberrancy between two vertebrae, resulting in some type of (and yet still-to-be defined) neurological disturbance.
A system of anonymous reporting of perceived behavioral aberrancy was developed.
In clinic practice; VT, antidromic atrioventricular tachycardia and supraventricular tachycardia with aberrancy should be considered for differential diagnosis of wide QRS complex tachycardia (7).
In contrast, the major aberrancy was delayed recovery, in that broken equality of temperature among fingers was observed.
When an individual neglects or repudiates reproductive efforts, observers feel compelled to seek an explanation for the aberrancy.
Sleep is a sophisticated behaviour, just like walking and thinking, with its own set of age-related norms and plenty of room for idiosyncrasy, aberrancy and downright criminal behaviour.
The psychiatric disorders and the autoimmune reaction seem to be rooted in the same (and not easy correctable) aberrancy in the immuno-endocrine system.
To explore the exact significance of HIF-11[alpha] aberrancy, we constructed the HIF-1[alpha]-expressing pcDNA3.
Indeed, throughout this criticism we find language of deformity or aberrancy used to describe Brontes novel and its characters.