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sym·bi·ot·ic

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

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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Recent molecular phylogenetic analyses suggest that the symbiotic green algae in hydras of strains J7 and J10 belong to the genus Chlorococcum (Kawaida et al., 2013; Ishikawa et al., 2016a).
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.
We worked with the symbiotic tropical sea anemone, recently renamed Exaiptasia (Aiptasia) pallida [26].
Rhizobia are recognized for their talent to carry out symbiotic nitrogen fixation by creating nodules on the roots of legumes.
Another important function of the intestinal immune system is to distinguish between enteric symbiotic bacteria and invading pathogenic microbiota, thus conferring immune tolerance on enteric symbiotic bacteria and immune response to exogenous pathogenic bacteria by decolonizing them.
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.
Molecular characterization was done only in case of that isolate(s), which established successful symbiotic seedgermination.
"We monitored the stability of the symbiotic partnership seasonally for two years to ensure that this partnership was stable through a range of temperatures," comments Professor Burt.
The reason I bring it to attention is that the more we move towards a symbiotic relationship with the earth and move away from parasitic, the better we will be.
The treatments included non-symbiotic (NS) and symbiotic (An) plants.
He said that the molecular mechanisms of the symbiotic cross-talk in the gut are largely unrecognized.