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Imbalance

Imbalance

1. Lack of equality between opposing forces.

2. Lack of equality in some aspect of binocular vision, such as muscle balance, image size, and/or image shape.

Origin: L. In-neg. _ bi-lanx (-lanc-), having two scales, fr. Bis, twice, _ lanx, dish, scale of a balance


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... and said, 'Frank, this burned from the inside out,' If it burned from inside out, how did they manage to extinguish it? I assume whatever chemical imbalance that caused the combustion, had been used up within a second or so, but the remaining heat allowed for the skin to catch fire and go on from ...

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by Coelacanth
Sat Feb 22, 2014 10:36 pm
 
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: [News] Frank Baker survives ''spontaneous combustion''
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Re: Is complexity inevitable?

... pollinate, this engenders competition in all the insects, and if the plant was one of only a few flowering at a specific time it causes a large imbalance. In other words, the more separate food chains there are in an environment the better. If one malfunctions the easier it is to replace by ...

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by wildfunguy
Thu Sep 26, 2013 6:12 pm
 
Forum: Evolution
Topic: Is complexity inevitable?
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Is complexity inevitable?

... pollinate, this engenders competition in all the insects, and if the plant was one of only a few flowering at a specific time it causes a large imbalance. In other words, the more separate food chains there are in an environment the better. If one malfunctions the easier it is to replace by ...

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by animartco
Sat Aug 31, 2013 1:42 pm
 
Forum: Evolution
Topic: Is complexity inevitable?
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Re: Do chromosomses ever get competitive?

The genes required for survival is distribuited in all chromosomes, one over the other will result in imbalance. A single chromosome can exist more, as long as it does not affect the other chromosomes or cellular process like mitosis. Rarely is the case as your example. If ...

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by balamurugan3
Wed Aug 07, 2013 3:04 pm
 
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: Do chromosomses ever get competitive?
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... and muscle area, we're supposed to be bilaterally symmetrical. Not everyone is, for a number of possible reasons. You could have picked up some imbalance as an embryo, or you maybe it's how you exercise. Most activities use more than one muscle, and even "identical" exercises might ...

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by teju85
Fri Aug 02, 2013 11:24 am
 
Forum: Genetics
Topic: un even development of muscle
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