enantiobiosis

enantiobiosis

/en·an·tio·bio·sis/ (en-an″te-o-bi-o´sis) commensalism in which the associated organisms are mutually antagonistic.

enantiobiosis

(en-an?te-o-bi-o'sis) [Gr. enantios, opposite, + bios, life]
The condition in which associated organisms are antagonistic to each other.
See: symbiosis