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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]
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A common complaint was that mutualist doctors would recommend private doctors for services not covered by the mutualist plan.
is both itself and the reflexive history of its mutualists and multiple others.
Whitham, "Interactions between aboveground herbivores and the mycorrhizal mutualists of plants," Trends in Ecology and Evolution, vol.
He shows how our relationships to our predators, parasites, and mutualists have changed, and how we have adapted to these changes.
There are also examples of Wolbachia, which protect their host against RNA viruses, thus acting as defensive mutualists [29].
(35) This is also, incidentally, the reason the mutualist "occupancy" position on land ownership is unlibertarian.
Rather, we learned that this mutualist is a much-streamlined version of its enterobacterial ancestors, retaining functions required to perform basic cellular processes and to fulfill its symbiotic role.
As a Mutualist, Tucker rigorously embraced free markets and voluntary exchange void of all government privilege and regulation.
His written work, all of which is freely availiable online, includes "Studies in Mutualist Political Economy, Organization Theory: An Individualist Anarchist Perspective," and "The Homebrew Industrial Revolution: A Low-Overhead Manifesto." He wrote this commentary for THE DAILY STAR.