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