What is G6P deficiency?
Glucose 6 phosphate dehydrogenase is an enzyme necessary for the metabolism of red blood cells. Its deficiency leads to hemolytic anemia usually triggered by exposure to some drugs.
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Deficiency means when you lack something for e.g There diet is deficient in vitamins The correct spelling is deficiency. The meaning of deficiency is ashortage or a lack. It c…an also mean a shortcoming or a failing.
anameia aka iron deficiency -lack of iron in your diet
Deficient means something lacks something. "This meal is deficient in protein" means it lacks protein.
Protein deficiency is very dangerous and can lead to death.
I believe it is when your body lacks some of the enzymes it needs for metabolism, which a a chemical process that cells undergo to produce certain substances and energy it nee…ds to survive.
the deficiencies of protein include tasting good, making you strong, and being boss
A second consideration in establishing performance standards is the extent to which the standards capture the entire range of an employee's responsibilities. When per- formanc…e standards focus on a single criterion (such as sales revenues) to the exclusion of other important but less quantifiable performance dimensions (such as customer service), then the appraisal system is said to suffer from criterion deficiency.
The deficiency of Vitamin A means that you do not have enough Vitamin A. Vitamin A is found in milk, butter, green and yellow vegetables, etc. Can be treated by adding Vitamin… A to your diet.
Companies intentionally make products which are not the best quality i.e. deficient in order to ensure people will need to constantly re-buy the product. If the product was ma…de to the best quality possible then the company would easily shut down as after everyone has the product, they would be sorted for life and would not need to buy it ever again.
It could produce more than one rate of return
Iodine is an essential element for the function of the human body, especially the thyroid gland. Seafood is generally rich in iodine. Iodine deficiency results in goiter (a sw…ollen thyroid gland) hypothyroidism (an underactive thyroid gland) and, in the case of young children, cretinism (a condition characterized by stunted physical growth and mental retardation). Iodine is rare in developed countries due to the ubiquity of iodized salt, which is sodium chloride infused with iodide (negatively charged iodine ions; chloride is negatively charged chlorine ions).
deficiency of a nutrient sufficient to affect health but not severe enough to cause classic deficiency symptoms is in the early stages, before outward signs have appeared and …is "covert"
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faulty, imperfect, insufficient, defective...
lack, want, deficit, absence, shortage, scarcity, dearth