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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.

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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.

The relationship between artist and artisan is therefore very symbiotic, says Hetflaisz.

On earlier seasons of Louie, the humor and the morality were in perfect symbiotic balance.

The symbiotic relationship is part of what The Plant calls its closed-loop system.

A strange symbiotic bond formed between us; their increasing dependency on our resources justifying our continued occupation.

There is a symbiotic and cooperative relationship between Hamas and other militant groups in Gaza and those in Sinai.

This established the important principle of symbiotic fermentation and gave it a rational explanation.

All about them were curiosities of adaptation, freaks of ecological adjustment, marvels of symbiotic cooperation.

But now there were machines which could enter into a truly symbiotic relationship with humanity.

In many species the central capsule encloses Xanthell or symbiotic yellow unicellular Alg.

The magter must have caught the symbiotic infection eating some Disan animal.


On this page you'll find 203 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to symbiotic, such as: collegial, concerted, coordinated, harmonious, interdependent, and reciprocal.

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