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Transcript of White-Tailed Deer
doe, or female adult deer, is around 88-200 lbs. The white-tailed deer's habitat is the wooded areas of northeastern America. but because of human inhabitants in these areas they are also seen in some urban areas as well. The White tailed deer and the pecan tree have a mutualistic relationship because the deer gets food from the pecans while the tree's seed are being spread across the ground both organisms gain from this relationship. The white tailed deer has a parasitic relationship with many plants because it eats nitrogen rich plants decreasing the amount of nitrogen in an ecosystem which reduces the rate in which plants multiply the deer gains food but the plants cannot reproduce as fast. the black bear for example eats the white tailed deer. the white tailed deer is in competition with all of the other consumers for water in times when there is less rain Symbiotic Relationships Commensalism ~ where one organism is gaining from the other while the other is unharmed
Parasitism ~one organism is gaining from harming the other
Mutualism ~ both organism gain from the relationship The White tailed deer is also in a parasitic relationship with the black legged tick and the deer tick because the tick gains food from harming the deer. The white tailed deer and the plant burdock have a commensalistic relationship because the burdock gets spread around the land by the deers legs but the deer in unharmed. predation is the relationship between organism where one consumes the other. the white tailed deer also eats the blueberry bushes. it is also in competition for other deer for the plants and other foods in the area if the over populate. Citations!!
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