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The symbiont condition associated with each mussel species (Table 1) was inferred from a literature survey and original data.
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Potent cytotoxins produced by a microbial symbiont protect host larvae from predation.
CLOSET acquire their energy from their hosts, as they are obligate symbionts that repay their hosts by increasing their host's ability to acquire energy and other resources that promote their well-being.
Although some species of Unionicola are free-living predators as nymphs and adults and depend on hosts only for sites of oviposition and post-larval resting stages, most species are obligate symbionts of their hosts.
The microbial symbionts associated with sponges in the genus Aplysina will also be investigated to examine patterns of cospeciation between host sponges and microbial symbionts.
The transfer of C from the host tree to the fungal symbiont encompasses two steps, namely C exchange at the root-fungus interface and allocation from intra-to extraradical mycelium (Leake et al.
Symbiont microbes in the rumen of these herbivores play key roles in providing the hosts with various nutrients.
To generate these discoveries, a research partnership called the Philippine Mollusk Symbiont International Cooperative Biodiversity Group was formed.
Moreira LA, Ormaetxe II, Jeffery JA, Lu G, Pyke AT, Hedges LM, et al A Wolbachia symbiont in Aedes aegypti limits infection with dengue, chikungunya, and Plasmodium.
A complex LuxR-LuxI type quorum sensing network in a roseobacterial marine sponge symbiont activates flagellar motility and inhibits biofilm formation.