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Ectosymbiosis is symbiosis in which the symbiont lives on the body surface of the host, including internal surfaces such as the lining of the digestive tube and the ducts of glands.


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Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > Symbiosis (290 words)
The term host is used for the larger of the two members of a symbiosis.
Symbiosis may be divided into two distinct categories: ectosymbiosis and endosymbiosis.
In ectosymbiosis, the symbiont lives on the body surface of the host, including the inner surface of the digestive tract or the ducts of exocrine glands.
VLIZ - Integrated Marine Informations System - IMIS (279 words)
Ectosymbiosis between filamentous sulphur bacteria and a stalked barnacle (Scalpellomorpha, Neolepadinae) from the Lau Back Arc Basin, Tonga
Southward, A.J.; Newman, W.A. Ectosymbiosis between filamentous sulphur bacteria and a stalked barnacle (Scalpellomorpha, Neolepadinae) from the Lau Back Arc Basin, Tonga.
Southward, A.J.; Newman, W.A. Ectosymbiosis between filamentous sulphur bacteria and a stalked barnacle (Scalpellomorpha, Neolepadinae) from the Lau Back Arc Basin, Tonga, in: (1990).
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