symbiosis

(Living things in their environment) a relationship between two different organisms which co-exist and in some cases help each other to survive

Symbiosis

Symbiosis (from Ancient Greek σύν `together` and βίωσις `living`) is close and often long-term interaction between two or more different biological species. In 1877, Albert Bernhard Frank used the word symbiosis (which previously had been used to depict people living together in community) to describe the mutualistic relationship in l...
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Symbiosis

- a mutually beneficial inter-relationship between two organisms, for example between bees and flowers (pollen carrying in return for nectar).
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symbiosis

(Gk: syn=with, together, alike; bios=life; living together) the living together of two different organisms to their mutual advantage. The term is applied especially to situations where one organism lives inside the other. (e.g. algae living inside a fungus, together forming a lichen) (e.g. algae living inside coral polyps).
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symbiosis

(sim″bi-o´sis) pl. symbio´ses in parasitology, the biologic association of two individuals or populations of different species; it is classified as mutualism, commensalism, parasitism, amensalism, or synnecrosis, depending on the advantage or disadvantage derived from the relationship. in psychiatry, a mutu...
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symbiosis

[n] - the relation between two different species of organisms that are interdependent
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Symbiosis

• (n.) The living together in more or less imitative association or even close union of two dissimilar organisms. In a broad sense the term includes parasitism, or antagonistic, / antipathetic, symbiosis, in which the association is disadvantageous or destructive to one of the organisms, but ordinarily it is used of cases where the association...
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symbiosis

<biology> A type of organism-organism interaction where one organism lives in intimate association with another. ... The types of symbiotic relationships are mutualism, commensalism, parasitism, and amensalism. ... (19 Jan 1998) ...
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symbiosis

mutualism noun the relation between two different species of organisms that are interdependent; each gains benefits from the other
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Symbiosis

[chemical] The biological term Symbiosis was adopted for chemistry by Jøergensen in 1964, who applied it to the process by which, say, a hard ligand on a metal predisposes the metal to receive another hard ligand rather than a soft ligand. In fact, two superficially antithetical phenomena occur: symbiosis and antisymbiosis. ==Chemical anti...
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Symbiosis

[musical ensemble] Symbiosis is a British musical ensemble which creates relaxing, ambient music. Symbiosis was first formed in 1987 and consisted of a trio with: flautist, John Hackett; guitarist and cellist, Richard Bolton; and singer, flautist, keyboard player and percussionist, Clive Williamson. Symbiosis` music is used mainly by indivi...
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Symbiosis

[sculpture] Symbiosis, is a public artwork by American artist Richard Hunt, located at the Carnegie Hall on the Howard University campus in Washington, D.C., United States. Symbiosis was originally surveyed as part of the Smithsonian`s Save Outdoor Sculpture! survey in 1993. This corten steel abstract sculpture is described as `resembling a...
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symbiosis

Click images to enlargeAny close relationship between two organisms of different species, and one where both partners benefit from the association. A well-known example is the pollination relationship between insects and flowers, where the insects feed on nectar and carry pollen from one flower to another. This is som...
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Symbiosis

Sym`bi·o'sis noun [ New Latin , from Greek ... a living together, ... to live together; ... with + ... to live.] (Biol.) The living together in more or less imitative association or even close union of two dissimilar organisms. In a broad sense the term includes parasitism, or antagonis...
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Symbiosis

A close association between the individuals of pairs of species. The term 'mutualism' is reserved for symbioses for which there is evidence that the association brings mutual gains.
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symbiosis

a long-lasting, close and dependent relationship between two organisms of different species
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Symbiosis

a long-term, close, association between two individuals of different species that is a benefit to both ('mutualism'), a benefit to one at a cost to the other ('parasitism'), or a benefit to one with no effect on the other individual ('commensalism').
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symbiosis

A mutually beneficial association of two or more different kinds of organisms.
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Symbiosis

a mutually beneficial association of two or more different kinds of organisms.
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Symbiosis

a mutually beneficial inter-relationship between two organisms, for example between bees and flowers (pollen carrying in return for nectar).
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Symbiosis

A mutually reinforcing relationship between two persons who are dependent on each other; a normal ch
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Symbiosis

A relationship between animals where each gains particular benefits from living close to the other; such animals are said to have a symbiotic relationship.
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Symbiosis

A relationship between animals where each gains particular benefits from living close to the other; such animals are said to have a symbiotic relationship.
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Symbiosis

A relationship between two species who live in close association but do not compete with each other
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Symbiosis

An interaction between two different species where either both, one or neither of the organisms bene
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