epizoic


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Antonyms for epizoic

living or growing on the exterior surface of an animal usually as a parasite

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It is well documented in the literature that the infection by rhizocephalan parasite inhabits moulting in crabs which makes infected crab an ideal host for epizoic barnacles (Phillips and Cannon, 1978).
Microsatellite marker discovery from next-generation sequencing data and subsequent marker characterization in the epizoic barnacle Chelonibia testudinaria (Linnaeus, 1798).
This epizoic pattern is known to be a strategy to avoid the negative effect of sediment deposition and the competition for space, also providing better water flow conditions for suspension feeders, such as hydroids (Gili & Hughes, 1995; Genzano et al.
Interesting records of whale epizoic crustaceans from the Dutch North Sea coast (Cirripedia, Amphipoda).
Gaiser & Bachmann (1994) reported that epizoic diatoms would be more productive in this segment than in other regions of the exoskeleton, especially if the concentration of nutrients has been exhausted by the phytoplankton.
Changes in epizoic crustacean infestations during cetacean die-offs: the mass mortality of Mediterranean striped dolphins Stenella coeruleoalba revisited.
Pseudohimantidium pacificum, an epizoic diatom new to Florida Current (western North Atlantic Ocean.
On the occurrence of epizoic algae and liverworts on the harvestmen Neosadocus aff.
Baldock BM: Peritrich ciliates epizoic on larvae of Brachycentrus subnubilus (Trichoptera): importance in relation to the total protozoan population in streams.
Epizoic bryozoans on predatory pyenogonids from the South Orkney Islands, Antarctica: "If you can't beat them, join them:" fouled pyenogonids from Antarctica.