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But those effects pale in comparison with having whole stretches of DNA suddenly accessible and acted on by the cell when heterochromatin becomes disorganized, Miller says.
There is a world of difference between disorganized chaos and organized chaos.
"The problem of disorganized districts is not limited to Makkah or Saudi Arabia.
BEIRUT: Pharmacists expressed concern over increasing graduation rates and the disorganized state of medical dispensaries, during a series of meetings with top Lebanese officials Monday.
Among the eggs with one spindle, nearly 30 percent of the eggs from the severely obese group had disorganized chromosomes, while only 9 percent of the eggs from the normal BMI group had disorganized chromosomes.
In this book, Hays presents a new theoretical explanation for police use of force, suggesting that the use of violence by "rogue" police officers is far more likely to occur in disorganized neighborhoods--those where connections between residents are strained or broken by poverty, high residential mobility, and racial/ethnic differences.
We haven't been here for 31 years because we're disorganized."
According to Main and Hesse (1990) disorganized attachment develops in relationships where a caregiver frightens the infant, either by engaging in maltreatment, abuse, fear-provoking, fearful, and/or disoriented behaviors.
6 : marked by intense and often disorganized activity <At the end of the game, there was a mad scramble.>
Inouye of Harvard Medical School, Boston, the Confusion Assessment Method focuses on classic features of delirium: acute onset and fluctuating course, inattention, disorganized thinking, and altered consciousness.
Lee, normally an excellent communicator and integrator, seemed disorganized and out of touch with his key subordinates during most of the battle.
Written by self-confessed clutter sufferer Cynthia Friedlob, Sorting It Out: One Disorganized Woman Solves the Problem of Too Much Stuff is part memoir but mostly a self-help guide drawn from personal life experience to expunging excess clutter from one's life.