Definition of Ectosymbiosis

1. Noun. (biology) A form of symbiosis in which a partner (the ''ectosymbiont'') remains on the surface of its host ¹



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Medical Definition of Ectosymbiosis

1. Symbiosis between two organisms which are physically separated from each other. Compare: endosymbiosis. (09 Oct 1997)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ectosymbiosis

ectoprotein kinase
ectopterygoid
ectopterygoids
ectopy
ectoretina
ectorganism
ectorhinal
ectosarc
ectosarcs
ectoscopy
ectosteal
ectostoses
ectostosis
ectosymbiont
ectosymbionts
ectosymbiosis (current term)
ectosymbiotic
ectotherm
ectothermic
ectothermically
ectotherms
ectothermy
ectothrices
ectothrix
ectotoxin
ectotrophic
ectotrophoblastic cavity
ectotympanic
ectozoa
ectozoan

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