symbiont

One of the partners in a symbiotic relationship.

Symbiont

Any organism involved in a symbiotic relationship with another organism, the host.

symbiont

(sim´bi-ont) (sim´be-ont) an organism or species living in a state of symbiosis.
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symbiont

<biology> One of the partners in a symbiotic relationship. ... (19 Jan 1998) ...
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symbiont

An organism living cooperatively with a different species.
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Symbiont

An organism living in intimate association with another organism.
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symbiont

an organism that is associated with another in a mutually beneficial relationship.
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symbiont

One member of a symbiotic relationship.
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symbiont

symbiont An organism participating in a symbiotic relationship. The term tends to be used more in reference to mutualists (relation between two different species of organisms that are interdependent; each gains benefits from the other) than to parasites, commensals (relationship in which one species derives some benefit while the other is unaffect...
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symbiont

symbiont, symbion An organism associated with another in symbiosis; a symbiotic organism.
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