disarrangement


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Synonyms for disarrangement

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a condition in which an orderly system has been disrupted

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The probable cause of increased frequency of patients with positive T wave alternans is the structural disarrangement in the fibrillar compartment of myocardium.
ABC system aims to rectify the problem pertaining to the disarrangement in cost information.
Acknowledging this debate, my intention here is to examine how that temporal disarrangement has also shaped great part of recent Puerto Rican visual practices, something much less considered.
Our study also suggests that Zn has antiapoptotic activity against glucose-induced myocardial disarrangement caused by decreased cellular proliferation and increased apoptotic level.
The linear reduction of this characteristic as a function of the nonuniformity of seed distribution is due to the disarrangement of plants, in which the increase in the frequency of gaps and doubles along the planting row intensified the intraspecific competition, triggering the formation of smaller ears with lower number of rows (Calonego et al.
Hydrogen peroxide is a reactive oxygen species (ROS), which leads to disarrangement of biomembrane and hampers its selectivity.
2009) is a picture of disarrangement, unravelling and abandonment.
The symbolic disarrangement of Kevin's mask corresponds to the dissipation of the prideful, angry male persona he has worked to project, as he admits that he is afraid to go to Sing Sing and that he hopes Eva will continue to visit him there.
De Chirico's intention to symbolize the modern condition or crisis is plainer than Lin's because his paintings are strewn with puzzle-pieces of twentieth-century detritus, but Lin's paintings are deeper and more beautiful: they visit the disarrangement of things on nature itself, envision a disconsolation expressible only in terms that have themselves been lost or compromised.
Because these phosphatases are involved in the functional dynamics of hepatocystic cytoskeletons, their inhibition causes a disarrangement of the cell cytoskeleton, causing the death of these cells, leading to intrahepatic hemorrhage and sometimes causing death (Carmichael, 1992; Mackintosh et al.
This would create a total blockade or disarrangement of the sophisticated cascade of molecular signaling needed in both embryo and endometrium for successful implantation and pregnancy.
After 8 weeks' treatment with Pra-c, there was significantly less disarrangement of SHR myocyte filaments, and the mitochondrial damage and symptoms of interstitial fibrosis were clearly less severe (Fig.
Overexpression of the OsZIP4 zinc transporter confers disarrangement of zinc distribution in rice plants.
Barrington's first diary entry en route from London to Hamburg recorded, 'there are a good many passengers on board and some of them are very curious looking fellows, there are not I think many travellers merely for pleasure, those persons generally select a shorter and more fashionable passage, preferring a long and tedious land journey to a little disarrangement of the intestines' (24 June).
including soil conditions which cause settling, cracking or other disarrangement of foundations or other parts of realty.