Symbiosis

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Amphiprion ocellaris inter tentacula animalis ordinis Actiniariorum quiescit, cum quo in symbiosi vivit.

Symbiosis (ex Graeco σύν 'cum' + βίωσις 'vivum') est intima saepeque diuturna inter varias species biologicas coniunctio. Vox excogitata est anno 1879 ab Henrico Antonio de Bary, mycologo Germano, qui eam definivit "cohabitationem organismorum dissimilium" (Douglas 1994; Wilkinson 2001). Symbiotica in natura coniunctio sit mutualistica, parasitica, vel commensalis (Dethlefsen et al. 2007; Paszkowski 2006).

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  • Ahmadjian, Vernon, et Surindar Pracer. 2000. Symbiosis: An Introduction to Biological Associations. Oxoniae: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-511806-5.
  • Dethlefsen L., M. McFall-Ngai, et D. A. Relman. 2007. An ecological and evolutionary perspective on human-microbe mutualism and disease. Nature 449:811–808. PMID 17943117.
  • Douglas, A. E. 1994. Symbiotic Interactions. Oxoniae: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-854294-1.
  • Moran, N. A. 2006. Symbiosis. Current Biology 16(20):866–871. http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0960982206022123
  • Paszkowski, U. 2006. Mutualism and parasitism: the yin and yang of plant symbioses. Current Opinion of Plant Biology 9:364–370. PMID 16713732.
  • Saffo, M. B. 1993. Coming to terms with a field: Words and concepts in symbiosis. Symbiosis 14(1-3). Textus.
  • Wilkinson, David M. 2001. At Cross Purposes. Nature 412(6846):485.

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