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- entomologist E. O. Wilson has characterised parasites as "predators that eat prey in units of less than one". Parasites include single-celled protozoans such...
- blood-feeding insect host which then injects parasites into a vertebrate host during a blood meal. Parasites grow within a vertebrate body tissue (often...
- The Parasites is a novel by Daphne du Maurier, first published in 1949. This novel is the story of the Delaney family. The Delaneys led complex and frequently...
- Brood parasites are organisms that rely on others to raise their young. The strategy appears among birds, insects and fish. The brood parasite mani****tes...
- the X parasites can replicate their hosts' physical appearances, and that the X have infected the station with the help of the "SA-X", an X parasite mimicking...
- labor. So both are parasites." After completing Snowpiercer, Bong wrote a fifteen-page film treatment for the first half of Parasite, which his production...
- Pink Moon "Parasites", a song by Ugly Casanova from Sharpen Your Teeth "Parasite", a song by Volbeat from Rewind, Replay, Rebound "Parasites", a song by...
- There are two main types of intracellular parasites: Facultative and Obligate. Facultative intracellular parasites are capable of living and reproducing in...
- Antarctic Expedition in 1951 and named by them for the study of atmospheric parasites made there, and by analogy with Ionosphere Bay at the east side of Cape...
- Behavior-altering parasites are parasites with two or more hosts, capable of causing changes in the behavior of one of their hosts to enhance their transmission...