Key words microbial interactions humans animals introduction symbiosis is defined as an important biological strategy in which living organisms share beneficial functions with their partners to establish their ecological niche mutualism commensalism and parasitism are the three types of symbiosis . Microbial interactions ecology in a molecular perspective in humans for example the microbial community plays an important role in protection against diseases caused by microbial pathogens or physiological disturbances which can be related to beneficial or pathogenic interactions in plants and animals in these interactions the . Microbes man and animals the natural history of microbial interactions review michael bennish perspectives in biology and medicine it attempts to explain host microbial interactions and the infectious diseases that such interactions produce by integrating aspects of immunology microbiology and epidemiology . 3 animal microbe interactions there are many kinds of microorganisms that interact with different groups of animals and develop a variety of relationships some of the relationships have been discussed in this section i destructive associations pathogenic microbes interact with animals including man and cause many kinds of disease ii. The natural history of microbial interactions 1982 pp342pp abstract this book is aimed at science microbes man and animals parasite host relationships viral infections show more add to search create new search clear all
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