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Parasitism
directly transmitted parasitism (by contact), trophically transmitted parasitism (by being eaten), vector-transmitted parasitism, parasitoidism, and micropredation
Brood parasite
brood parasitism in birds have been proposed. While there is still some controversy over when and how many origins of interspecific brood parasitism have
Social parasitism
Social parasitism may refer to the following: Parasitism (social offense), an offense in human society Social parasitism, a kind of parasitism in biology
Parasitism (social offense)
Social parasitism is a pejorative that is leveled against a group or class which is considered to be detrimental to society. The term comes from the ancient
Obligate parasite
except when the death of the host is necessary for transmission. Obligate parasitism is exhibited in a range of organisms, with examples in viruses, bacteria
Parasite (disambiguation)
organism. Parasite or parasitism or parasitic may also refer to: Parasite (journal), a scientific journal on parasitology Parasitism (social offense), a
Symbiosis
biological interactions, in other words mutualisms, commensalism, or parasitism, but excluding brief interactions such as predation. Current biology and
Fish reproduction
fertilization assurance (reproductive assurance) at each generation. Sexual parasitism is a mode of sexual reproduction, unique to anglerfish, in which the males
Mite
Mites are small arthropods belonging to the class Arachnida and the subclass Acari (also known as Acarina). The term "mite" refers to the members of several
Host (biology)
is much larger than the other, it is generally known as the host. In parasitism, the parasite benefits at the host's expense. In commensalism, the two