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Transcript of Ecological Relationship
Interactions between an organism (the predator) that eats another organism (the prey).
A relationship between two organisms that's beneficial to one or both of them.
Ecological relationships are the relationships between organisms in an ecosystem.
What Are Ecological Relationships?
Members of same or different species compete for resources
A symbiotic relationship between two organsims where both benefit.
A symbiotic relationship between two organisms where one benefits and the other is unaffected.
An animal that feeds on dead or decaying matter.
A symbiotic relationship between two organisms where one benefits at the expense of the other.
When animals or plants that are not closely related resemble eachother and use that for protection.
All the different types of ecological relationships are linked together because all the organisms in an ecosystem depend on each other for survival.