Definition of Parasitoid. Meaning of Parasitoid. Synonyms of Parasitoid

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- In evolutionary ecology, a parasitoid is an organism that lives in close ****ociation with its host at the host's expense, eventually resulting in the death...
- Play media Parasitoid wasps are a large group of hymenopteran superfamilies, with all but the wood wasps (Orussoidea) being in the wasp-waisted Apocrita...
- behaviour mani****tion as an evolutionary route towards attenuation of parasitoid virulence". Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 27 (12): 2871–2875. doi:10...
- insect pests, also known as biological control agents, include predators, parasitoids, pathogens, and competitors. Biological control agents of plant diseases...
- transmitted parasitism (by being eaten), vector-transmitted parasitism, parasitoidism, and micropredation. Like predation, parasitism is a type of consumer-resource...
- species are parasitoids; the females deposit eggs on or in a host arthropod on which the larvae then feed. Some larvae start off as parasitoids, but convert...
- and commonly known as horsehair worms or Gordian worms) are a phylum of parasitoid animals superficially similar to nematode worms in morphology, hence the...
- whose host, often an insect, is also a parasite, often specifically a parasitoid. Hyperparasites are found mainly among the wasp-waisted Apocrita within...
- The evolution of a constricted waist was an important adaption for the parasitoid lifestyle of the ancestral apocritan, allowing more maneuverability of...
- migrate over long distances. Many butterflies are attacked by parasites or parasitoids, including wasps, protozoans, flies, and other invertebrates, or are...
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