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sym·bi·ot·ic

(sim'bē-ot'ik),
Relating to symbiosis.

symbiotic

/sym·bi·ot·ic/ (sim″bi-ot´ik) associated in symbiosis; living together.

symbiotic

[sim′bē·ot′ik]
Etymology: Gk, syn, together, bios, life
characterized by or concerned with symbiosis or living together.

sym·bi·ot·ic

(sim'bē-ot'ik)
Relating to symbiosis.

sym·bi·ot·ic

(sim'bē-ot'ik)
Relating to symbiosis.
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From the beginning of the 1980s, that symbiotic relationship began to falter as significant minor parties emerged while both major parties continued to seek gamesmanship advantage over each other.
Fungi is helping to greatly increase food-production for the growing needs of the planet without the need for enormous amounts of fertilizers due to symbiotic association between mycorrhizal fungi and physical structure of the plant roots.
Recent genome analyses of the symbiotic bacteria of the Calyptogena clams, Calyptogena okutanii and Calyptogena magnifica Boss & Turner, 1980, have shown that each is composed of a single species: Candidatus (Ca.
For symbiotic germination, seeds were procured from a mature undehisced green fruit of the same plant that previously yielded roots.
Studies of Symbiotic Stars VI: The eclipsing symbiotic nova AS 338', A&A 257, 163-176, 1992
The six symbiotic relationships that occur between the layer players in the New ICT Ecosystem are shown in Exhibit 2.
First, the human future depends on achieving a symbiotic relationship with our supporting environment.
Much racial strife is catalogued here, alongside the requisite thumbnail sketches of playwright Tennessee Williams, who achieved a symbiotic relationship with the city; Armstrong, a native son who eventually scornfully declared, "They treat me better all over the world than they do in my own hometown"; and Ruby Bridges, whose integration into the city's schools unwittingly led to segregation via gentrification.
This symbiotic relationship has made the DAV the strong service organization it has become, and one of the reasons conventions and conferences remain necessary and effective.
Symbiotic bacteria in ocean sponges, for example, produce chemicals similar to DDT and PCBs that deter fungal growth.
Contrary to popular belief, cities actually fostered the growth of farming and hold a symbiotic and close relationship with the countryside and trade routes: John Reader's Cities provides a map of changes and the social, political and economic connections between cities and country around the world.