hyperfunction

(hi″pәr-funk┬┤shәn) excessive functioning of a part or organ.
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hyperfunction

(from the article `endocrine system, human`) Endocrine glands that produce increased amounts of hormone are considered hyperfunctional and may undergo hypertrophy (increase in the size of each ... All endocrine disease stems from either an overproduction (hyperfunction) or underproduction (hypofunction) of some hormone-secreting endocri...
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hyperfunction

hyperfunction, hyperfunctional 1. In medicine, over-activity or over-production (in a gland or another part of the body). 2. An excessive functioning of a body organ.
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Hyperfunction

In mathematics, hyperfunctions are generalizations of functions, as a `jump` from one holomorphic function to another at a boundary, and can be thought of informally as distributions of infinite order. Hyperfunctions were introduced by Mikio Sato in 1958, building upon earlier work by Grothendieck and others. In Japan, it is usually called the S.....
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