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Symbiotic Research Services is a contract research organisation licensed to conduct research with C-14 materials.
For 35 years from 1945, the British people witnessed harmonious symbiotic relationships between the Conservative and Labour parties working together, not always friendly, to improve the living and working conditions of the British people.
New research by mycologists has found significant consequences from symbiotic association between soil fungus and plant roots, resulting in changes the genetic expression of resulting crop.
We previously showed the distribution of symbiotic bacteria in the bacteriocytes of Calyptogena okutanii Kojima and Ohta 1997, using immunohistochemical staining with anti-Escherichia coli GroEL (anti-E.
Molecular characterization was done only in case of that isolate(s), which established successful symbiotic seedgermination.
I think you're right, Sue--we must move towards a more symbiotic relationship with our planet.
Plants without fungus and virus are referred to as the non-symbiotic (NS) plants, and symbiotic plants inoculated with both the fungus and the virus are labeled as the anastomosis (An) plants, which refers to the hyphal fusion of the fungus.
The Symbiotic Stars, Cambridge University Press, 1986
It is also clear that this chain reaction responds significantly to subtle, daily changes in the environment and to sea temperatures which were generally thought till now to have little impact on the function of coral and its symbiotic algae," she said.
Sea anemones have symbiotic relationships with clownfish that live among the sea anemones' tentacles.
It is proposed that these innovations essentially emerge from six symbiotic relationships that occur within the ICT Ecosystem.
Although Leopold died in 1948, his vision--that humans could be in a symbiotic relation with the land or ecology that supports them--continues to be enormously relevant today, even if it remains poorly understood.