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"Employment and Business Cycle Asymmetries: A Data Based Study." Institute for Empirical Macroeconomics Discussion Paper #39, March 1991.
Particularly in the case of facial asymmetries, there is an adaptation of different body structures to the asymmetry which enables muscles, ligaments and bone structure to adjust in order to function on an abnormal morphological base (Munoz et al, 2014; Goulart et al, 2015).
Mild facial asymmetry can occur during growth and development but if it exceeds the normal limit it can affect the esthetics and developing occlusion of the growing individual complicating the orthodontic diagnosis and treatment.The aim of the present study was to determine the prevalence of mandibular asymmetries during the mixed dentition in growing children of local population.
Information asymmetries and the creation of economic value; a theory of market and industry dynamics.
Although parity-violating asymmetries of the order of a few percent had earlier been observed in polarized neutron capture, the idea was not pursued further.
Nonetheless, the oddity shines light on the issue of how a growing embryo, which starts as a simple ball of cells with no asymmetries, learns its left from its right.
(1994) have looked to random asymmetries for clues to the origin of large genetically determined asymmetries like those seen in fiddler-crab claws and gastropod torsion.
Breast asymmetries are common and may involve the nipple-areola complex, the breast mound, and the chest wall.
Fatigue tests were carried out for steel 45, titanium alloy PT-3V and built fatigue curves in transition from quasi-static to fatigue failure are constructed at different asymmetries of stress cycles [R.sub.[sigma]] in the range from -2 to + 0.5.
Facial and smile asymmetries can arise not only from the hard tissue, but also from the soft tissue imbalances.
This prediction is supported by a range of studies that demonstrate a link between vertical asymmetry and spider orientation, including studies that show that the few spider species facing upwards in the hub often have reversed asymmetries with the area above the hub being larger than below (Nakata & Zschokke 2010; Zschokke & Nakata 2010), although this is not always the case (Rao et al.