Noun(1) the relation between two different species of organisms that are interdependent; each gains benefits from the other
(1) It was this symbiosis between large herbivores and micro-organisms that sustained biological decay as well as adequate disturbance on a periodic basis.(2) Independent dispersal of algal and fungal cultures therefore can lead to a successful establishment of the lichen symbiosis even under harsh Antarctic conditions.(3) The Gogo reef was a different kind of reef, no symbiosis between polyp and algae, more a community of sponges and sea mosses that formed hard skeletons.(4) We see how plants and animals live together in symbiosis ; as we breathe out carbon dioxide the plants take it and give us back oxygen.(5) Yet decades of efforts at bioengineering to extend the legume symbiosis to the roots of other crops have not yet shown promise. It is certainly no single-gene affair.(6) The investigation of early events and molecules involved in fungal - plant interactions are crucial for a better understanding of symbiosis .(7) A less common example of symbiosis occurs when a hermit crab lives on another species.(8) The establishment of symbiosis is the result of a complex series of interactions between the symbiont and the host plant.(9) In a neat yin-yang symbiosis , the two main floors embody entirely different but complementary functions and design principles.(10) Among American painters, few achieved more fully the impressionist symbiosis of public ambition and private life than Edmund C. Tarbell.(11) These associations therefore represent a valuable source for our general understanding of the dynamics and evolution of symbiosis .(12) It was a really interesting case of symbiosis between public interest and private initiative, and high-level bureaucrats soon rose to positions of great eminence in the planning of the war economy.(13) The fact of little transfer of words from one language to another does not mean there cannot have been long-term symbiosis of speakers of different languages.(14) As weblogs continue their symbiosis with the forms of media that went before, we will make ourselves targets of truly malevolent hoaxes if we simply decide to repeat what we agree with.(15) The visual communication between members bordered on symbiosis as they smoothly switched up guitars, worked pedals, bashed away at keyboards and wailed through guitar solos.(16) This concept of hardware symbiosis could teach the military a great deal.
(1) symbiosis :: 共生
1. mutualism ::
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