Origin of symbiont
OTHER WORDS FROM symbiontsym·bi·on·tic [sim-bee-on-tik, -bahy-], /ˌsɪm biˈɒn tɪk, -baɪ-/, adjective
Words nearby symbiont
How to use symbiont in a sentence
The change may represent an adjustment not of bacteria, but of algal symbionts better suited to higher temperatures.
The symbiont that’s helping Caribbean corals is, according to his analysis, an invasive species.
Aphids’ ability to tolerate warm temperatures, she has shown, depends on what strain of bacterial symbiont they harbor.
The smaller partner has commonly been called a symbiont or symbiote by authors.The Biotic Associations of Cockroaches|Louis M. Roth