Menke was known for her symbiotic relationship with Tarantino.
The symbiotic relationship between television and local officials played a huge role.
This is a long way from the symbiotic relationship with Christian that Cyrano describes in the play as "pure art."
That mat is actually a culture: in technical terms, a symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast.
It is symbiotic, exploitative, audacious, and, at times, embarrassing.
In many species the central capsule encloses Xanthell or symbiotic yellow unicellular Alg.
symbiotic: species that live together in a state of symbiosis.
Desoxyribose nucleic acid in the symbiotic microorganisms of the cockroach, Blattella germanica.
This would point to the symbiotic character of galls and their guests.
The have found ways to join in a symbiotic relationship with the life forms on this planet.
symbiotic sym·bi·ot·ic (sĭm'bē-ŏt'ĭk, -bī-)
Of, resembling, or relating to symbiosis.
The close association between two or more organisms of different species, often but not necessarily benefiting each member. The association of algae and fungi in lichens and of bacteria living in the intestines or on the skin of animals are forms of symbiosis. Some scientists believe that many multicellular organisms evolved from symbiotic relationships between unicellular ones and that the DNA-containing organelles within certain eukaryotic cells (such as mitochondria and chloroplasts) are the product of symbiotic relationships in which the participants became interdependent. There are four forms of symbiosis: amensalism, commensalism, mutualism, and parasitism.