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the relation between two different species of organisms that are interdependent

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Software Symbiotes is designed to safeguard embedded systems from malicious code injection attacks into these systems, including routers and printers.
If Bono wanted to do it right he would have had Spider-Man battling Green Goblin to such show tunes as "Spidey, Bloody Spidey," "Where the Symbiotes Have No Name" and "I Still Haven't Found Norman Osborn.
Subsequent generations of beetles acquire the symbiotes necessary to produce pederin by ingesting eggs shells "infected" by the symbiotic bacteria or by cannibalizing larvae containing the bacteria.
Essentially, once employed, these NSAs become symbiotes or agents of the state, and their nonstate label becomes counterfactual.
Several species of warm water hydrozoan cnidarians inhabit body folds of bivalve molluscs as inquiline symbiotes.
studied the phylogenetic position of the yeast-like symbiotes of Tagosodes orizicolus (Homoptera: Delphacidae) based on 18S ribosomal DNA partial sequences and found that delphacid yeast-like symbiotes are a highly conserved monophyletic group.
Morphological and molecular studies on intracellular bacterial symbiotes of insects.
For quite a while - perhaps until we kill ourselves by other means - we'll be more like symbiotes.
Preciser la toxicite, dans l'environnement, des produits geniques, des produits de leur degradation et de leurs derives toxigenicite potentielle pour les predateures, les brouteurs, les parasites, les pathogenes, les competiteurs et les symbiotes connus ou potentiels; effets nuisibles possibles sur Ia sante humanine notamment risques d'exposition a des toxines, des agents irritants ou des antigenes.
29] Althusius thus applied the religious covenant to both the civil and ecclesiastical life of the symbiotes.