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Friends with benefits, or exploitation?

Endosymbioses – where one species lives inside another – are found throughout microbiology. For example, Zooxanthellae are protozoa that live inside corals, the marine invertebrates that build coral reefs. And some plant roots contain nodules of Rhizobium bacteria that provide them with forms … Continue reading

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