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Transcript of Symbiotic Relationships
the other (host) is unaffected Symbiotic Relationships Carter-Edwards, T., Gerards, S., Gibbons, K., McCallum, S., Noble, R., Parrington, J., Ramlochan, C., et al. (2011). Symbiotic Relationships. Biology 12 (p. 529-532). Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson.
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Yam, S. B. (2011, February 28). Mutualistic Relationships. Retrieved from NECSI: http://necsi.edu/projects/evolution/co-evolution/mutualistic/co-evolution_mutualistic.html SYMBIOSIS
Close interactions between 2 species living in direct contact
"symbiont" & "host"
3 forms of symbiosis.
3. Commensalism Sheralyn Au, Aryan Lajevardi, Sonia Israilova symbiont benefits from relationship, but host is harmed by it
Various types of worms
Types of parasites
Parasite host cycles are similar to predator prey cycles MISTLETOE ADZUKI BEAN WEEVIL
& WASP both species benefit
two organisms work together common in nature common in aquatic ecosystems LICHEN BULL-HORN ACACIA TREES & STINGING ANTS BEES POLLINATING FLOWERS OXPECKERS & ZEBRAS growth in one population = growth in the other population CLOWNFISH & SEA ANEMONE REMORA & SHARK how both partners are affected is unclear CATTLE EGRET & CATTLE