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deleterious

adj. harmful.

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Without effective GLUT4 transporters, sugar levels in the blood steadily rise, eventually producing damage to tissues through the chemical reaction known as glycation, in which glucose molecules bind to vital proteins, deleteriously altering both their structure and function.
Intended to prod the conscience but deleteriously handsome, the work was a little shamed by its hanging opposite Leon Golub's deliberately ugly White Squad I, 1982, which conveys the viciousness of state-fostered violence through a scraped, pained, arduous kind of facture.
Mr Evans added: "As for the injured chicks in the Dyfi and Glaslyn nests in 2016, we could not intervene as this would have deleteriously affected the other birds in the nest.
The intensity of the military's subjugation in the poem is trivialized by the employment of the YorAaAaAeA bAaAaAeA proverb which is deleteriously rendered in rhetorical questions: "did I say the government is deaf/did I say the government is lame/ Did I say the government is a cannibal!
Furthermore, it was hypothesized that a greater magnitude of outliers would affect all of the methods deleteriously, but REML the most.
These findings indicate that advancing age, aside from other factors, such as ovarian hormone deficiency that deleteriously affect bone microstructure, can be an independent factor affecting bone loss.
The uncontrolled release of [beta]-glucuronidase and lysozymes may deleteriously injure adjacent cells [18].
Our findings suggest that teachers in this study were redefining dominant narratives of sympathy deleteriously aligned to lowering expectations for students of color.
Urbanization that took place during the past century, with its attendant habitat loss, has deleteriously impacted this species.
Being a follower of Christ means becoming conformed to him who became a servant even to giving himself on the Cross (see Phil 2:5-8)." (44) Just as most people would understand why a friendship would suffer diminution when one of the friends began to act deleteriously against the other friend, so the same dynamic arises in the spiritual life.
The report indicated in particular that wealth and income inequalities deleteriously affect attempts to achieve development outcomes and expand the opportunities and abilities of people.
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and dispersants have been shown to deleteriously affect early life stages of organisms including oysters.