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Encyclopedia > Synnecrosis

Synnecrosis (syn·ne·cro·sis) (sin²[schwa]-kro¢sis) [syn- + necro- + -sis] is an interaction between individuals or populations so mutually detrimental that it results in death, as in the case of some parasitic relationships.

Inter-species biological interactions in ecology
Amensalism | Commensalism | Mutualism| Neutralism | Synnecrosis
Predation (Carnivory, Herbivory, Parasitism, Parasitoidism)
Symbiosis | Competition

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Random fact: Synnecrosis is a form of predation so detrimental to both participant species that it results in death/destruction.
Synnecrosis is highly likely and nearly impossible to prove.
Random fact 2: Synnecrosis is a name of a band.
Synnecrosis - 'A Thousand Miles From Happiness' review @ into-obscurity.com[enter the underground] (257 words)
Never has a band melded styles together to produce such enthusiastic and downright abrasive music as Synnecrosis managed on this CDep.
Starting out with a furious riff from when death metal was just making a name for itself (comparable to old Cannibal Corpse), the song then turns into a complete and total moshfest, breaking into some of the most heralded breakdowns ever produced.
Although in my book they'd be straight death metal, Synnecrosis plays in the hardcore scene, making them one of the most refreshing bands to come from such a background in a long time.
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