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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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Dr Ammoun commented: "By understanding the relationship between overproduction of PrPC and Merlin deficiency in the development of schwannoma and meningioma, we have made a significant stride forward in the search for a drug treatment for NF2.
This overproduction will promote inflammation and dysregulation of the immune system.
Now elite overproduction is happening again in the modern United States, says Turchin.
We have a problem with overproduction and a lack of reinvestment from yearling buyers.
Domestic crop insurance subsidies encourage the overproduction of U.S.
Holtzman sees overproduction of mucus in the airways as "a huge unmet medical problem." Now, his own research (Journal of Clinical Investigation, Nov.
The reports blamed overproduction in times of economic crisis and recession for the reason of the closure.
The government regulation that has gone off track can be located at the beginning of the food system, where federal programs encourage vast overproduction of commodities that propel "innovations" like HFCS.
BASRA / Aswat al-Iraq: An oil expert on Friday warned of oil overproduction due to competition from producers as well as failure to retain storing of large quantities which are supposedly hitting 12 million barrels by 2017.
Practitioners of Lean manufacturing are familiar with Taiichi Ohno's seven deadly wastes: overproduction, waiting, transportation, inappropriate processing, unnecessary inventory, unnecessary or excessive motion and defects.
According to Middle East Economic Survey (MEES), the majority of the overproduction came from outside OPECAEs Arab member states in the Gulf u Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Qatar.