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mutualism (noun, pl. mutualisms;ecology term) – an beneficial symbiosis, i. e., a close association of organisms where both symbionts gain an advantage from one another, both exchanging resources that would otherwise be limited for one of the partners; neither one of the partners acting as a host or parasite. Kind of:Symbiosis type.

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