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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 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.
Blocking the overproduction of abnormally thick mucus with LOMUCIN has the potential to positively impact lung function in individuals with cystic fibrosis.
As a result of massive overproduction, Norway has been dumping salmon on the EU market, according to the group.
Data on the underabsorption or overproduction of endolymphatic fluid are still being accumulated.
About 90 percent of pregnant women develop hyperpigmentation, an overproduction of melanin that produces dark spots.
With its deft singularity and easy understatement, it stands in stark contrast to the hysteria of overproduction that otherwise prevails.
The author argues that due to overproduction of cheap coffee, prices have become too low, thus growers go out of business and thus we will end up with a coffee shortage.
Overproduction of cocoa is causing world prices to plummet and is threatening harvests in Cote d'Ivoire, the world's biggest producer.
Overproduction of cheap robusta coffee - the kind commonly used in jars of instant - may be contributing to the loss of tigers, elephants and rhinos.