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right shift

In hematology, the presence of large numbers of abnormally mature neutrophils in the circulating blood.
Synonym: shift to the right See: Arneth's classification of neutrophils
See also: shift
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2) Right shift would be signified by an increase in average lobe count.
Annett's (1985; 2002) Right Shift Theory (RS) argues that the presence of a gene can explain why most humans have asymmetrical brain organizations.
This is due to the classic right shift of the oxyhemoglobin curve to the right.
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There was also found to be a right shift in the hemoglobin dissociation curve in the highlander, which suggests that there may be a variation in the form of a long-term adaptation in the structure of the hemoglobin molecule.
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Workbrain Staff Scheduler applies workforce scheduling rules and sophisticated bumping algorithms to assist managers in manufacturing and other industries to put the right employees into the right shift.
Purchaser due to the nature of the contract and the inability to predict the actual demand reserves the right shifts in material and quantitative goods, provided that the changes may not result in exceeding the amount of the financial liability specified in the tender and signed the contract.