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In the jungles of French Guiana, Azteca andreae lives symbiotically with the trumpet tree, called Cecropia obtusa, which hosts colonies of the insects in its hollow stems.
Evolution skeptics also claim that no one has ever seen the development of a new species, a myth Farmer and Habura tackle by outlining a case in which amoebae became symbiotically dependent upon infecting bacteria.
Meted Machine Music's gravest oversight is that it focuses on pop biography and so never really gets to the most interesting aspect of its subject, namely industrial music itself: how it is made, and how its evolution is symbiotically linked to the evolution of the drum machine, synthesizer, sequencer, sampler and other the other digital technologies so central to the compositional ethos and aesthetic of bands like NIN.
Increasing Israeli oppression, and the increasingly radical, extreme, violent Muslim response it generated (it is not terrorism that resulted in the occupation, it was the occupation that provoked terrorism) are both symbiotically related in a self-reinforcing and constantly escalating stimulus-response mechanism that is dangerous not only for the region, but today threatens the entire world.
Nissan has been addressing a wide range of actions under "Blue Citizenship," which represents the company's desire to protect the blue planet and to be a corporate citizen that can live symbiotically with people and society.
Both are working symbiotically to make their vision the only remedy for the young Obama administration's foreign-policy challenges.
The magnificent exhibition now at Tate Britain does not directly confront this problem, but Kevin Sharpe, in an authoritative catalogue essay, asks whether the potent image of monarchy that Van Dyck created was conceived by the king, or by the artist on his behalf, or symbiotically by both.
For the reason that 90 percent of the cells in our bodies are beneficial bacteria upon which we have symbiotically evolved a dependence for our very survival.
For hundreds of years, deep in the heart of the Amazon, women from the Quechua-Shuar tribe have foraged the symbiotically grown Rahua nut, which renders an oil long used to promote long, healthy and strong hair.
One wishes MacFaul had been willing to conceptualize more carefully and positively the larger social meanings of friendship in the plays as a whole rather than simply providing examples of how it functions symbiotically for individual characters in particular dramas.
Growing symbiotically with oak, hazel, poplar and beech and fruiting in autumn, they can reach 12cm diameter and 500g, though are usually much smaller.