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Reproductive energetics in free-living female chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii)
Free-Living Amoebae as Agents of Human Infection
Living Without Free Will: The Case for Hard Incompatibilism
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Whole genome-based phylogenetic analysis of free-living microorganisms
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1 Living independently, i.e. not parasitic on, or symbiotic with, any other organism. See parasitism; symbiosis.
2 Not attached to a substrate.
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