This range is broad enough to create a difference between normal tissue glutathione peroxidase and subnormal levels.
He's a man of limited intelligence, he's got a very subnormal IQ, and they wanted to hang the crime on someone.
The most obvious example of this is in autistic spectrum disorder - a wide-ranging diagnosis now used for many children who would previously have been diagnosed as subnormal .
Disappointingly, I missed out on subnormal by two points.
What is not typical may be exceptional, and so better than it; but what is not ‘normal’ is infallibly worse than it - abnormal or subnormal .
A significant number risk osteoporosis in later life due to subnormal bone density.
Patients exhibit subnormal eye and skin pigmentation due to aberrant melanosome development.
The resolution of the dilemma is for the tax to be based on the highest valued possible current use rather than the actual current use, thus facing the possessor with the need to either shift use or accept a subnormal return.
In the production of PT materials, it is often necessary to chemically remove analytes from PT specimens or to dilute the PT material with artificial diluents in order to obtain subnormal target values.
Patients with unilateral or bilateral paralysis have subnormal exercise capacity, and oxygen consumption (normalized by minute ventilation) at peak exercise is increased.