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overproduction

Excessive output of an organic element during the reparative process, as in excessive callus development after a bone fracture.
See: keloid
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This overproduction will promote inflammation and dysregulation of the immune system.
But the archetypal byproduct of elite overproduction, in Turchin's mind, is Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Lynam said the warning signs with regards to overproduction became visible during the foal sales last year when there were clearly too many horses for the level of demand.
Observers are wondering whether Chubb gave tacit approval to Good Weather in past years to write over the $30 million limit by not calling a halt when overproduction became apparent.
This overproduction in the small airways is responsible for airway obstruction and reduced lung function and in the pathogenesis of acute exacerbations of COPD.
In other words, Iran's overproduction that month accounted for all of the over supply.
Overproduction has been estimated at 700,000 barrels a day in July and 1 million barrels in August.
Under the reform, farmers will be compensated for digging up five per cent of vineyards to curb overproduction although the original plan by EU Farm Commissioner Mariann Fischer Boel called for payments to get rid of more than double that amount.
According to the research, since the overproduction of melanine is induced by endothelin and SCF even if the skin is no longer exposed to ultraviolet rays, skin flecks tend to be persistent.
There's an overproduction of guns with the intent of getting them into the hands of people who will kill, because that's good for business,'' said attorney Ray Boucher, also representing the community center families.
But, in spite of weaknesses, this book offers desirable and timely scepticism against the current vogue for the overproduction and lazy acceptance of every eccentricity as an 'iconic' flourish.
All is an overproduction of immature white blood cells called lymphoblasts and is most commonly found in children.