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1 The acacia and its ant army are a textbook example of mutualism between species.
2 The key interspecific interactions are competition, predation, parasitism and mutualism, whilst the main intraspecific interactions are competition, cannibalism and altruism.
3 There are multiplicity of stable states in herbage populations owing to the influences of intraspecific mutualism, feeding rate and density of herbivores.
4 contrast with results from the non-cooperative dynamic game, mutualism could perform better under coordination.
5 The simulation results showed that, if the relative (resource) advantage of various transportation modes was evident, there existed the possibilities of mutualism and an optimum cooperation level.
6 concept of mutualism effect of hybrid control is proposed based on the biologic symbiosis.
7 The aim of effectively promoting the production of nisin is achieved by the mutualism of the two bacteria.
8 The results indicates that the mutualism is profitable for each other, and the sum of cells increases highly than single cultivation.
9 The FIG pollination is widely regarded as one of the models for studying the coevolved mutualism.
10 of the coordination in the family business CAS mainly include the following: Commensalism, Amensalism, Mutualism, Competition, Predation, and Adaptation etc.
11 The mutualism promotes the metabolism of Saccheromyces cerevisiae and its-index number of producing gas.
12 Because the female pollinators are the only vectors for figs, the non-pollinators may negatively affect the stable existence and development of the fig-wasp mutualism.
13 Using the symbiosis theory in biology, we divide financing symbiosis relationships into two types, commensalism and mutualism, and analyze the formation mechanism of these relationships.
14 There are three main types of symbiotic relationships: parasitism, commensalism, and mutualism.
15 Whoever does not know mutualism of blankness or conception beyond image, can not comprehend characteristics of Chinese painting.
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17 The first anarchist currents developed throughout the 18th century as William Godwin espoused philosophical anarchism in England, morally delegitimising the state, Max Stirner's thinking paved the way to individualism and Pierre-Joseph Proudhon's theory of mutualism found fertile soil in France.
18 Drawing from mutualism, Mikhail Bakunin founded collectivist anarchism and entered the International Workingmen's Association, a class worker union later known as the First International that formed in 1864 to unite diverse revolutionary currents.
19 Much of its economics and legal philosophy reflect anti-authoritarian, anti-statist, libertarian and radical interpretations of left-wing and socialist politics such as collectivism, communism, individualism, mutualism and syndicalism, among other libertarian socialist economic theories.
20 Inceptive currents among classical anarchist currents were mutualism and individualism.
21 Mutualism is an 18th-century economic theory that was developed into anarchist theory by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon.
22 Mutualism has been retrospectively characterised as ideologically situated between individualist and collectivist forms of anarchism.
23 In both its social and individualist forms, anarchism is usually considered an anti-capitalist and radical left-wing or far-left movement that promotes libertarian socialist economic theories such as collectivism, communism, individualism, mutualism and syndicalism.
24 In this ant-fungus mutualism, both species depend on each other for survival.
25 Eric-Jan Wagenmakers and Han van der Mass, also writing for Intelligence in 2018, faulted the book for omitting the work by mathematical psychologists, advocating standardization of chronometric methods (which the authors consider problematic because it can hide method variance), and because it does not discuss topics such as the mutualism model of the g-factor and the Flynn effect.
26 Species interact in three ways: competition, predation and mutualism.
27 Mutualism, on the other hand, involves both species cooperating in some way, with both winning.
28 Mutualism is well known in a few beetles, such as the ambrosia beetle, which partners with fungi to digest the wood of dead trees.
29 Mutualism, an economic theory particularly influential within individualist anarchism whose pursued liberty has been called the synthesis of communism and property, has been considered sometimes part of individualist anarchism and other times part of social anarchism.
30 Among the early influences on individualist anarchism were William Godwin (philosophical anarchism), Josiah Warren (sovereignty of the individual), Max Stirner (egoism), Lysander Spooner (natural law), Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (mutualism), Henry David Thoreau (transcendentalism), Herbert Spencer (law of equal liberty) and Anselme Bellegarrigue (civil disobedience).