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31. Species interact in three ways: competition, predation and mutualism.

32. Figs have an obligate mutualism with fig wasps (Agaonidae);

33. Plants can increase phosphorus uptake by a mutualism with mycorrhiza.

34. Mutualism has been associated with two types of currency reform.

35. Mutualism has been associated with two types of currency reform.

36. Mutualism also had a considerable influence in the Paris Commune.

37. The mutualism ant-fungus mutualism did not evolve symmetrically.

38. Not all examples of mutualism are also examples of cooperation.

39. This can be contrasted with mutualism, a type of symbiosis.

40. Mutualism is an interaction between species in which both benefit.

41. Acrobat ants participate in a form of mutualism called myrmecophytism.

42. Other species have evolved obligate mutualism with other trees;

43. Mutualism may simply confer a higher payoff than nectar robbing.

44. Ants vary in their level of mutualism with whistling thorn trees.

45. Figs have an obligate mutualism with fig wasps, (Agaonidae);

46. Fig wasps have an obligate mutualism with the fig species they pollinate.

47. Figs have an obligate mutualism with fig wasps (Agaonidae);

48. Figs have an obligate mutualism with fig wasps, (Agaonidae);

49. Figs have an obligate mutualism with fig wasps (Agaonidae);

50. Figs have an obligate mutualism with fig wasps, (Agaonidae);

51. This obligate mutualism is similar to that of yuccas and yucca moths.

52. This is also sometimes known as resource-to-resource mutualism.

53. Trophic mutualism often occurs between an autotroph and a heterotroph.

54. This trophic mutualism was studied in detail in the 1970s and since.

55. and Allomerus octoarticulatus demerarae exhibit the same mutualism.

56. Occupy operated using mutualism and self-organization as its principles.

57. Some see mutualism as between individualist and collectivist anarchism;

58. Under mutualism, there would be no market in land that is not in use.

59. The origin of mutualism is also the beginning of the fig wasp phylogeny.

60. Some see mutualism as between individualist and collectivist anarchism.