synnecrosis


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synnecrosis

 [sin″nĕ-kro´sis]
symbiosis in which the relationship between populations (or individuals) is mutually detrimental.

synnecrosis

/syn·ne·cro·sis/ (-nĕ-kro´sis) symbiosis in which the relationship between populations (or individuals) is mutually detrimental.

synnecrosis

(sĭn″nĕ-krō′sĭs) [″ + nekrosis, state of death]
The condition of association between groups or individuals that causes mutual inhibition or death.

synnecrosis

symbiosis in which the relationship between populations (or individuals) is mutually detrimental.