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Symbiosis

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Justine Ingram

on 27 August 2013

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Transcript of Symbiosis

Predation
Mutualism
Parasitism
Tick --> Deer
Heart worm --> Dog
Yucca Moth --> Yucca Plant
Lion --> Zebra
Rhino --> Oxpecker
Cooperation
Dolphin and swordfish --> sardines
Remora Fish --> Shark
Barnacle --> whale
Symbiosis
The relationship between individuals of two different species who live together in a close relationship
Can affect the partners in different ways:
1. Both species benefit
2. One species benefits, the other is NOT affected.
3. One species benefits, the other is harmed
Symbiotic
Competitive
close ecological relationship between the individuals of two (or more) different species
The natural action of organisms to fight of natural resources in a certain ecosystem
Mutualism
An interaction between two sepcies that benefits BOTH
Commensalism
A relationship between two species where ONE benefits and the other is NOT affected
Parasitism
A relationship between two species where one depends on the other and the "host" is HARMED
Predation
Cooperation
An intersction where one species (predator) feeds on another (prey)
A realtionship where the acts of one species benefits another
Symbiosis
Symbiosis
Predation
Cooperation
Mutualism
Commensalism
Commensalism
Parasitism
Ticket out the door:
Tonight, go home and on the bottom
of your composition book give an example
of each type of relationship you learned about today
Mutualism, commensalism, parasitism, cooperative and predation
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