mutualist


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mutualist

 [mu´choo͡-al-ist]
one of the organisms or species living in a state of mutualism.

sym·bi·on

, symbiont (sim'bē-on, -ont),
An organism associated with another in symbiosis.
Synonym(s): mutualist, symbiote
[G. symbion, neut. of symbiōs, living together]

sym·bi·on

, symbiont (sim'bē-on, -ont)
An organism associated with another in symbiosis.
Synonym(s): mutualist, symbiote.
[G. symbion, neut. of symbiōs, living together]

mutualist

one of the organisms or species living in a state of mutualism.
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Nevertheless, mutualist clinics provided a collective attitude to medical work which would become critical after the 1959 revolution.
As the Mutualist Carson writes, "Because of our fondness for free markets, mutualists sometimes fall afoul of those who have an aesthetic affinity for collectivism, or those for whom 'petty bourgeois' is a swear word.
The mediating function of film for Rio's new migrants thus mirrored the role of the mutualist associations.
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These proud forms of male posturing expressed a confident independence from authority and a mutualist sense of collective identity and responsibility to fellow workers.
Beer, who comments that mutualist understanding may more adequately protect individuality and the rights of each person than a self-centered individualism blind to the rights and needs of other individuals and the community).
co-operative and mutualist movements and their contemporary expressions,
Most anarchist leaders therefore took pains not to alienate their mutualist rank and file.
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fulva may have been triggered by the introduction of a new mutualist aphid, scale insect, or other hemiptera.
About the 2014 International Summit of Cooperatives Decision makers and influencers from the international cooperative and mutualist community will gather in Quebec City, Canada, from October 6 to 9 for the 2014 International Summit of Cooperatives.
History matters to the proponents of 'Blue Labour' because at the heart of its politics lies a foundation myth: that Labour was born out of mutualist organisations developed by working people to tame capitalism in the nineteenth century, but lost its way in the 1940s when its leaders were seduced by the centralising and statist imperatives of power.