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Title: Antibiosis  
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Subject: Landscape ecology, Mixotroph, Carrying capacity, F-ratio, Microbial mat
Collection: Antibiotics, Biological Interactions
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Antibiosis is a

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"Antibiosis resistance affects the biology of the insect so pest abundance and subsequent damage is reduced compared to that which would have occurred if the insect was on a susceptible crop variety. Antibiosis resistance often results in increased mortality or reduced longevity and reproduction of the insect."[2]

Antibiosis is commonly found and studied in host plants and the insects which feed upon them.

. pathogens and the relationship between animals and disease-causing bacteria and antibiotics Examples of antibiosis include the relationship between [1]

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