disoperation

disoperation

(dɪsˌɒpəˈreɪʃən)
n
(Environmental Science) ecology a relationship between two organisms in a community that is harmful to both
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Additionally, research has discovered that it is not the ability of the Chinese contractors which is to blame for the failure of completing many international construction projects smoothly, but the disoperation in managing relationships among stakeholders [7, 8].
It can improve metabolism and blood circulation, enhance the patient's immunity, relieve pains, and reduce some disoperation of chemotherapeutics [27, 28].
A note on the stable point of populations showing both intraspecific cooperation and disoperation. Ecology, 35(1):95-97, 1954.