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Symbiosis

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Kristen Murphy-Cormier

on 22 September 2015

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Transcript of Symbiosis

Symbiosis: The Art of Living Together
Commensalism
Commensalism is when 2 organisms live together and 1 gets something good or beneficial and the other gets nothing or is unaffected.

Example:
Parasitism
Parasitism is when one organism lives off of and harms another. Therefore one organism get something good and the other is harmed in some way.

Example:
Conclusion
Organisms interact in a variety of ways. In each case at least one organism benefits.

The ways that organisms interact with one other make ecosystems unique.
Mutualism
Mutualism is when 2 organisms live together and they both get something good out of their association.

Example:
Predation
Predation is when one organism is the predator and one organism is the prey. In other words, one organism eats another.

Examples:
Competition
Competition is when 2 organisms are fighting over the same food, space, shelter, or light (especially in the case of plants).

Example:
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