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Transcript of Symbiosis
Commensalism is when 2 organisms live together and 1 gets something good or beneficial and the other gets nothing or is unaffected.
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.
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 is when 2 organisms live together and they both get something good out of their association.
Predation is when one organism is the predator and one organism is the prey. In other words, one organism eats another.
Competition is when 2 organisms are fighting over the same food, space, shelter, or light (especially in the case of plants).