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Things obligate often describes (“obligate ________”)
parasites, anaerobes, aerobes, parasite, bacteria, breathers, carriers, pathogens, heterozygotes, organisms, pathogen, bacterium, species, symbionts, organism, parasitism, anaerobe, breather, protozoan, autotrophs, aerobe, phototrophs, feeders, carnivores, saprophytes, breathing, halophiles, plants, microorganisms, carrier, agents, heterotrophs, photoautotrophs, ectoparasites, apomicts, gondii, biotrophs, predators, loss, thermophiles, fungi, protozoa, associates, inhabitants, symbiosis, aerobic, microorganism, bacillus, seeders, diapause, bacilli, heteropolymers, halophytes, host, associations, chemolithotrophs, outcrossers, methylotrophs, lifestyle, psychrophiles, endoparasites, herbivores, anaerobic, commensals, users, endosymbionts, mutualists, parthenogenesis, intermediates, mutualisms, funds, losses, myrmecophilous, dwellers, reproduction, trachomatis, outbreeders, autotrophy, bipeds, others, strains, none, epiphytes, fermenters, mutualism, seeder, monogamy, planktivores, frugivores, partners, autotrophic, requirement, flora

How obligate often is described (“________ obligate”)
other, many, more, polygynous, same, instrumental, soft, shrill, present, undetected, only, ecologically, facultative


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