Symbiosis publishes the results of original research contributing to the understanding of symbiotic interactions at the molecular, cellular and organismic levels. The journal is intended introduce new or unknown symbioses for research in symbiology. This wide-ranging approach is designed to encourage and enhance interaction among researchers in the various sectors of an intriguing and rapidly expanding field. Topics of particular interest include nutritional interactions; mutual regulatory and morphogenic effects; structural coadaptations; interspecific recognition and specificity; ecological adaptations; evolutionary consequences of symbiosis; culture and other specific methods used for symbiotic research. Symbiosis publishes accounts of original studies, review articles, book reviews, meeting reports and a calendar of events.
Host bromeliads and their associated frog species: Further considerations on the importance of species interactions for conservation
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi enhance antioxidant capacity of in vitro propagated garden thyme (Thymus vulgaris L.)
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