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Symbiotic Super Heroes!

Use your smiley faces & determine the symbiotic relationship that is being described. ( Mutualism, Commensalism, Parasitism)
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Use your smiley faces & determine the symbiotic relationship that is being described.
( Mutualism, Commensalism, Parasitism)
Obstacle 1
Obstacle 2
Obstacle 3
11a: Objective Mission Completed.
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Quick Tip:
Symbiosis is the relationship between two or more organisms that live in close contact with each other for some or all of their life.
Remora’s attach themselves to a shark’s body. They then travel with the shark and feed on the left-over food scraps from the shark’s meal. The shark is not affected.
Help Codes
Activated
= Benefits

= Harmed

= Not Benefited
or Harmed

You Have Successfully Completed Obstacle 1 Now its time For Obstacle 2
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Next Obstacle,
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Mission Objective (AKS)
Evaluate the dependence of all organisms on one another and the flow of energy and matter within their ecosystems.
11a. Investigate the relationship between organisms.
Symbiotic Super Heroes!

Use your smiley faces & determine the symbiotic relationship that is being described.
( Mutualism, Commensalism, Parasitism)

Answer







Parasitism

Rationale
Parasitism is a relationship that occurs where one organism benefits and the other is harmed. A tapeworm is a parasite that gains an advantage by hurting another organism, its host. The parasite (tape worm) feeds on digested material in the intestines, taking nutrition away from the host (human).
Use your smiley faces & determine the symbiotic relationship that is being described.
( Mutualism, Commensalism, Parasitism)
Answer





Commensalism

Rationale

Commensalism relationships occur, where one organism benefits & one ogransim is not harmed nor benefits.A Remora is a small fish with a suction pad at the top of its head that it uses to attach itself to the side of the shark. The Remora benefits because it is given a source of transportation, protection, and any food that is passed by the shark. The shark on is unaffected by this interaction and is not harmed nor does it benefit.

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Mutualism

Rationale
Mutualism relationships occur, where both organisms benefit. Sea Anenomes and clownfishes have this type of relationship. The Clown fish can live protected inside the deadly stinging tentacles of the anemone; The clownfish have developed an adaptation which has produced an immunity for the paralyzing toxins produced by the anemones. The anemone gets smothering algal cover cleaned off by the clownfish and absorbs nutrients from the clownfish’s nitrogenous waste, so both organisms are benefiting.




A clownfish gets food scraps from an anemone and uses the stinging cells of the anemone for protection. The anemone gets smothering algal cover cleaned off by the clownfish and absorbs nutrients from the clownfish’s nitrogenous waste.


A tapeworm attaches itself to a human’s intestines, extracting nutrients as they pass through the digestive system. The human is not able to absorb the necessary nutrients for survival.
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