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antibiosis

 [an″te-, an″ti-bi-o´sis]
1. an association between two populations of organisms that is detrimental to one of them.
2. a relationship between an organism and an antibiotic produced by another.

an·ti·bi·o·sis

(an'tē-bī-ō'sis),
1. An association of two organisms that is detrimental to one of them, in contrast to probiosis.
2. Production of an antibiotic by bacteria or other organisms inhibitory to other living things, especially among soil microbes.
[anti- + G. biōsis, life]

antibiosis

/an·ti·bi·o·sis/ (-bi-o´sis) an association between two organisms that is detrimental to one of them, or between one organism and an antibiotic produced by another.

antibiosis

(ăn′tē-bī-ō′sĭs, ăn′tī-)
n.
1. An association between two or more organisms that is detrimental to at least one of them.
2. The antagonistic association between an organism and the metabolic substances produced by another.

an·ti·bi·o·sis

(an'tē-bī-ō'sis)
1. An association of two organisms that is detrimental to one of them, in contrast to probiosis.
2. Production of an antibiotic by bacteria or other organisms inhibitory to other living things, especially among soil microbes.
[anti- + G. biōsis, life]

antibiosis

an association between two populations of organisms that is detrimental to one of them, or between one organism and an antibiotic produced by another.
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1989) reported that rice leaves (including susceptible and resistant varieties) had antibiosis effects on the larvae of C.
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