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Synonyms for asynchrony

the relation that exists when things occur at unrelated times

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Warm ambient temperatures may affect hatching success and hatching asynchrony by accelerating development of earlier-laid eggs.
We are very pleased to welcome the Asynchrony Solutions team to the Schafer family," said Tony Frederickson, Schafer's President and Chief Executive Officer.
For example, the extent of hatching asynchrony decreases with increased parent age in Western Gulls (L.
Because broadcast spawners are susceptible to mate limitation (which is the dominant cause of Allee effects in aquatic invertebrates), the reproductive asynchrony we found in Spondylus populations in Ecuador further increases the significance of potential depensatory mechanisms and of nearest neighbor distance.
On the other hand, the SBB findings showed an asynchrony of the information entering the brainstem, which indicated a lesion on the left side, the side on which the tinnitus was louder.
The ventilator does the majority, of the work and asynchrony is not usually a problem.
Sanchez Will Engage With Asynchrony Executive Management on Array of Business Issues
Thus, occurrence of aggression and cannibalism needs a certain asynchrony within the colony and is restricted to short periods during the breeding season, mainly when fully-grown fledglings coexist with newly hatched chicks.
In particular, gonad-height relationships that have lower slopes or no relationship at all (the CW station on the ST) suggest a balanced presence of maturation and spawning stages in the sampled scallops, which may be caused by asynchrony in spawning activity.
The use of CRT to treat patients with CHF and left bundle branch block lead to methods of quantifying the amount of intraventricular and/or interventricular asynchrony.
birds which cannot renest are under strong reproductive pressure; (2) hatching asynchrony, i.