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Parasitism
directly transmitted parasitism (by contact), trophically transmitted parasitism (by being eaten), vector-transmitted parasitism, parasitoidism, and micropredation
Brood parasite
brood parasitism in birds have been proposed. While there is still some controversy over when and how many origins of interspecific brood parasitism have
Social parasitism
Social parasitism or social parasite may refer to the following: Parasitism (social offense), a label for those deemed to contribute insufficiently to
Parasitism (social offense)
Social parasitism was a political crime in the Soviet Union when someone was accused or convicted for living allegedly at the expense of other people or
Host (biology)
is much larger than the other, it is generally known as the host. In parasitism, the parasite benefits at the host's expense. In commensalism, the two
Parasite (disambiguation)
with Parasitism All pages with titles containing parasite All pages with titles containing parasitic All pages with titles containing parasitism This
Fish reproduction
fertilization assurance (reproductive assurance) at each generation. Sexual parasitism is a mode of sexual reproduction, unique to anglerfish, in which the males
Reputation parasitism
Reputation parasitism, reputation leeching or credibility leeching is a legal term regarding marketing. It refers to when one advertiser uses another brand's
Commensalism
other is unaffected; parasitism, where one is harmed and the other benefits, and parasitoidism, which is similar to parasitism but the parasitoid has
Community (ecology)
production of offspring. A second example of parasitism is brood parasitism. Cuckoos regularly do this type of parasitism. Cuckoos lay their eggs in the nest of