Thesaurus / symbiotic
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For example, a number of insects use Hox genes to develop bacteriocytes for their symbiotic partners.
This illustrates the interdependency and symbiotic relationship of stores and e-commerce.
This week’s presentation explores the symbiotic relationship between the two regions, including its effects on business, economics, technology, and culture.
WHAT CHINA HAS TO GAIN FROM AFRICACHIKA DUNGASEPTEMBER 1, 2020QUARTZ
Scientists thought gene losses might be most common among symbiotic or parasitic species, which can simplify themselves by outsourcing a lot of their functional needs to their partners or hosts.
Lichens are symbiotic composites of fungi and algae or cyanobacteria.
Desoxyribose nucleic acid in the symbiotic microorganisms of the cockroach, Blattella germanica.
It would have to borrow energy from the host—which was a poor way to start a symbiotic relationship.
INSIDEKICKJESSE FRANKLIN BONE
The magter must have caught the symbiotic infection eating some Disan animal.
PLANET OF THE DAMNEDHARRY HARRISON
The magter must have caught the symbiotic infection by eating some Disan animal.
SENSE OF OBLIGATIONHENRY MAXWELL DEMPSEY (AKA HARRY HARRISON)
This established the important principle of symbiotic fermentation and gave it a rational explanation.

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