disequilibrium


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disequilibrium

a loss or absence of equilibrium, esp in an economy
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Further trials could explore optimal dosing of medical cannabis in elderly patients and shed more light on adverse effects such as somnolence and disequilibrium, according to Dr.
"No amount of tears can alleviate my sorrows (spawned) by this disequilibrium...Anxiety gripped me more each time I heard news updates about the devastating war in our community (since) my parents are both doctors working in APMC and risking their lives while serving wounded persons," Casib said.
Characterization of linkage disequilibrium in Korean Yorkshire pigs
The atmospheric chemical disequilibrium approach does not make any assumptions about the biochemistry of the life forms on a planet.
The most common presenting symptom is hearing loss which is followed by headache, tinnitus and disequilibrium.
King said that the world is close to disequilibrium and added that central banks need to 'argue much more forcefully than they are doing that the answer is not monetary policy.'
to tackle the disequilibrium in the world economy makes it likely that it will come sooner rather than later," Lord King wrote.
Now he is a strong advocate of creating an economic disequilibrium within Wales by creating a Cardiff powerhouse which will come about to the detriment of West, Mid and North Wales.
We combined a case-control genetic association analysis and nuclear pedigrees transmission disequilibrium test (TDT) analysis to investigate the association between DRD3 gene rs6280 single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) and TS in a Han Chinese population.
Keywords: Wheat; Drought; Marker trait association; Linkage disequilibrium; Mixed linear model; Association mapping