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The 3 Types of Symbiosis by Mariah Adkins 1st hour Heil

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Transcript of The 3 Types of Symbiosis by Mariah Adkins 1st hour Heil

Wowing template. Click through in 20 steps. Here is something small... Mutualism is a relationship between two organisms when both organisms benifit. Three Types of Symbiosis Commensalism is the relationship between two organisms when one organism is benifited while the other is neither harmed nor benifited.
An Example: Example: 30 Photo credits: 'horizon' by pierreyves @ flickr Commensalism Mutualism Parasitism Parasitism is a relationship between two organisms when one organism is benifited while the other is harmed. Example: A clown fish swimming inside of a sea anemone. The sea anamone protects the fish by stinging predators while the fish swims around the anamone which cleans it. A tick attaches itself to an animal such as a deer sucking its blood. Ticks can be poisonus and kill their host. Example: A remora shark sticks itself to a larger animal such as a whale. They wait for scraps of meat to float away from the whale and they disconnect themselves to eat the meat. Example: A bird on a cows back. The bird is getting a meal by eating the bugs and the cow is getting cleaned. Example: A barnacle on a whale. The barnacle sticks on the whale while the whale swims and filters food. The barnical gets a meal while nothing happens to the whale. Example: A mosquito on a human. The mosquito sucks the blood of the the human and can give diseases.
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