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The term symbiosis commonly describes close and often long-term interactions between different biological species. The term was first used in 1879 by the German mycologist Heinrich Anton de Bary, who defined it as "the living...
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symbiosis n. , pl. -ses . Biology. A close, prolonged association between two or more different organisms of different species that may, but does
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The word symbiosis literally means "together life" ... Above, the corals are perhaps the best example of a mutualistic symbiosis. ...
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( Some people restrict the term symbiosis to only these mutually beneficial ... Cleaning Symbiosis ... The Evolution of Symbiosis ...
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Mimicry is a form of symbiosis where a species may mimic the colours, patterns, ... Symbiosis is a prime example of this paradigm, by living beside, on, or even ...
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Symbiosis is a close ecological relationship between the individuals of two (or ... Pollination Symbiosis: Nectar guides. Bottle gentians. Dung beetles and ...
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The term symbiosis was coined by the German botanist Anton de Bary in 1879 from ... 2 Descriptions of types of symbiosis. 2.1 Type 0,0. Neutralism ...
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In its most common usage, symbiosis is used to describe the intimate association ... The subject of symbiosis is usually more scholarly than applicable, but in the ...
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Symbiosis can be mutually beneficial, helping two creatures survive in a hostile ... wouldn't exist without symbiosis. ... Sometimes symbiosis is pretty weird. ...
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Conducts correspondence courses on business management.
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Symbiosis Greek symbioun, to live together, in biology, term for the interdependence of different species, which are sometimes called symbionts...
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Symbiosis - Definition of Symbiosis at Dictionary.com a free online dictionary ... symbiosis ... symbiosis "a living together," from symbioun "live together, ...
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Article by M. Halit Umar on the cooperative arrangements between various fungi and the roots of green plants, with photomicrographs showing the processes involved.
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Industrial symbiosis is part of a new field called industrial ecology. ... 2 Definition of industrial symbiosis and related terms ...
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Symbiosis (pl. ... An example of mutual symbiosis is the relationship between clownfish of the ... Some goby fish species live in symbiosis with a shrimp. ...
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Symbiosis ... An interaction is considered a symbiosis based on the closeness of the physical ... Many people associate symbiosis with mutualism, interactions ...
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