synanthropic

synanthropic

(sĭn-ăn-thrŏp′ĭk) [″ + ″]
Living in a close association with humans.

synanthropic

ecologically associated with humans.
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Prevalence and genotyping of Toxoplasma gondii in naturally-infected synanthropic rats (Rattus norvegicus) and mice (Mus musculus) in eastern China.
Elucidation of population connectivity in synanthropic mesopredators: using genes to define relevant spatial scales for management of raccoons and Virginia opossums.
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The domestic, synanthropic and sylvatic cycles of Trichinella and the flow among them.
From the mouths of monkeys: detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex DNA from buccal swabs of synanthropic macaques.
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Structure and ecology: Synanthropic shrublands dominated mainly by Artemisia arborescens, sometimes growing together with Atriplex halimus and Suaeda vera.
Isolations of Enteric Pathogens from Synanthropic Flies Trapped in Downtown Kuala Lumpur.
The study of synanthropic and wild vectors is crucial in Latin America to better understand the adaptation and transmission of vector borne diseases, geographical boundaries, as well as the risk factors for their occurrence.