Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of symbiosis.

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Examples

  • The number of fungal species involved in other mycorrhizal symbioses is not clear.

    Implications of current species distributions for future biotic change in the Arctic

  • My book "Family Testament" say's a lot about that and through the autopsy of modern society unveils numerous crimes, illegal and paralegal activities made by so called "family agencies" and other radical feminist groups that together creating most dangerous parasitical symbioses in our society.

    Goldman Case

  • There arewell-known modern-day symbioses between cyanobacteria and eukaryiotes, so it's obviously possible, whatever the mechanism.

    A critique on the endosymbiotic theory for the origin of mitochondria

  • Of course there are well-known symbioses between bacteria and eukaryotes.

    A critique on the endosymbiotic theory for the origin of mitochondria

  • The whole complex web of life thing with interdependancies & symbioses will be beyond extraplotaion.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Post WW ecology. North America.

  • These trees have the ability to grow in acidic, shallow infertile soils because they establish ectomycorrhizal symbioses with types of fungi.

    Hispaniolan pine forests

  • Building on the notion of symbiosis in nature, highly interconnected industrial networks using wastes as process inputs (industrial symbioses) should more closely mimic the parsimony of closed-loop natural systems.

    Industrial ecology

  • Industrial symbioses of types 3 and 4 usually incorporate at least one anchor tenant such as a power plant or refinery with a large, continuous by-product stream.

    Industrial symbiosis

  • To the extent that new symbioses can be planned or existing exchanges can be augmented, several tools have proven to be useful in industrial symbiosis analysis.

    Industrial symbiosis

  • As described in what follows, the symbioses need not occur within the strict boundaries of a park, despite the popular use of the term 'eco-industrial park' to describe organizations engaging in exchanges.

    Industrial symbiosis

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