disequilibrium


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Related to disequilibrium: linkage disequilibrium
  • noun

Antonyms for disequilibrium

loss of equilibrium attributable to an unstable situation in which some forces outweigh others

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This article contends that a disequilibrium model should fit well with a European team sport (soccer) league where a number of teams actually run financial deficits.
Three complementary approaches were used: i) linkage disequilibrium single locus analysis using the SNP_a option of Qxpak (5.
Peter Lewin's Capital in Disequilibrium is an award-winning, extensive survey of capital theory, which touches on and summarizes an array of issues and phenomena.
If this disequilibrium factor is applied to all gamma-radiation data, the size and grade of the Exploration Target Range will increase.
The researchers found evidence of elevated linkage disequilibrium in the Ashkenazi Jewish population, but were able to show that this matches signs of interbreeding or "admixture" between Middle Eastern and European populations.
Pointon states that "these are images that provide for the expression of disorder, that establish a site of excess, of unruly passion and disequilibrium.
Yet again the disequilibrium between lesbians and gay men results in lesbian invisibility.
Certain real estate assets that were purchased during this time were not looked upon as a long-term hold in our portfolio, but were viewed instead as a mispriced commodity suited to be traded and sold when the disequilibrium between supply and demand stabilized.
Consequently, the economy generally is characterized by disequilibrium, with firms and households behaving optimally but being constrained from immediate movement to equilibrium.
This first image created a sense of disequilibrium which returned repeatedly in large, futile, circular runs, vertical hops, and episodes of uncontrollable shaking.
Instead each budgetary variable adjusts to disequilibrium in the relation between that variable and GNP.
Finnish team used a new analytical technique called fine-structure linkage disequilibrium mapping to determine the cause of diastrophic dysplasia (DTD).
This article focuses on many economists' neglect (and even denial) of monetary disequilibrium.
The SNPbrowser software allows scientists to quickly and easily visualize SNPs of interest in their genomic context, along with linkage disequilibrium maps and putative haplotype blocks derived from the analysis of more than six million SNPs and 650 million genotypes for four ethnic populations: African-American, Caucasian, Chinese and Japanese.
Genomic techniques such as genome-wide association studies and genomic selection depend on the extent of linkage disequilibrium and its rate of decline with distance between loci within a population.