disequilibrium


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

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Determination of the relationship between linkage disequilibrium and single nucleotide polymorphism distance
In another study the CP angle tumor presentations are as given below: hearing loss (98%), tinnitus (70%), disequilibrium (67%), headache (32%), facial numbness (29%), facial weakness (10%), diplopia (10%), vomiting (9%)12.
The transmission disequilibrium test (TDT) of nuclear pedigrees was performed using Plink1.07 software (Shaun Purcell, USA), a =0.05.
For analysis of linkage disequilibrium (LD) and marker trait associations (MTA) 28 SSR markers flanking on chromosome 2A were scanned.
The multi-locus haplotype and diplotype are composed of multiple markers that are in linkage disequilibrium (LD).
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.
Market Monetarists and scholars working within the monetary disequilibrium framework find themselves in agreement on the theoretical desirability of an NGDP target.
In future, such disequilibrium will become the norm in the plant communities on Earth.
Negative disequilibrium was observed in some samples of granites and kaolins, indicating labile uranium from the system.
I outlined some essences of epistemic sensibility- pervasive attitude in society, gate keeping contextualism, identification of new items, unreflective consciousness, judgment of moral beliefs, epistemic reliability and trustworthiness, and pedagogical and cognitive disequilibrium. Virtue sensibilism may complement other two dimensions in a meaningful way to the study of virtue epistemology in terms of ontology, epistemology, methodology, axiology, and metaphysics.
The "disequilibrium" between the two isotopes possibly can be employed to date sedimentary material--which often contains fossils--as old as 1 million to 1.5 million years.
Among the topics he discusses are a definition of equilibrium, methodological assessment, origins, the circular flow of goods and money, statics and dynamics in classical economics, monetary equilibrium, the impact of uncertainty, creative entrepreneurship, evolutionary economics, and disequilibrium foundations of equilibrium analysis.
Chief among these are the monetarist school, in particular an offshoot of that tradition represented by the works of Leland Yeager, Steven Horwitz, and others that emphasizes monetary disequilibrium, and the Austrian school.