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Obligate Mutualism

Jul 6, 2008 Definition and other additional information on Obligate mutualism from Biology- Online.org dictionary.

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COMMUNITY CONTEXT OF AN OBLIGATE MUTUALISM
Obligate pollination mutualisms have been central to our understanding of tualism.
Mathematical Modeling on Obligate Mutualism: Interactions between
Dec 15, 2010 Mathematical Modeling on Obligate Mutualism: Interactions between leaf-cutter ants and their fungus garden.
Further evidence for obligate mutualism: Localized housing of the
Further evidence for obligate mutualism: Localized housing of the endosymbiont Arsenophonus in the bat fly Trichobius frequens.
Three-Way Coexistence in Obligate Mutualist-Exploiter Interactions
tween mutualists and exploiters. Keywords: coexistence, competition, exploiter, obligate mutualism, pollinating seed parasite, yucca.
IMPACT OF THE THIRD TROPHIC LEVEL IN AN OBLIGATE
In obligate pollination mutualism, selection should favor increased exploitation by either party at the expense of the other.

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Down to earth
Biologists describe this relationship as obligate mutualism. Their story in brief is like this. A newly emerged female wasp often flies long distances to find another fig (they are believed to be the longest fliers among pollinating insects).

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mutualism
Mutualistic relationships often allow organisms to obtain food or to avoid pedation.
Obligate mutualism - definition from Biology-Online.org
Jul 6, 2008 Definition and other additional information on Obligate mutualism from Biology- Online.org dictionary.
Symbiosis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mutualistic relationships may be either obligate for both species, obligate for one but facultative for the other, or facultative for both.
Ecological Communities
Facultative mutualisms are beneficial but not essential to survival and reproduction of either party.
Essentials Of Ecology - Third Edition
Obligate mutualism: A condition in which a mutualistic relationship with other species is essential for a species to survive.

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