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Symbiotic Relationship

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samina tandra

on 10 April 2014

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Transcript of Symbiotic Relationship

Symbiotic Relationship
TROPICAL RELATIONSHIP

Mutualism
The relationship between the capuchin monkeys and flowering trees in this biome.When the capuchin monkey feeds on the nectar in these flowers by lapping it up,it gets pollen on its face which it eventually transfer to other flowers in the process of feeding on them.In this way,the trees provide the capuchin monkey facilities pollination of flowers of this tree.



What is a capuchin
monkey?
The capuchin monkeys are New World monkeys,their scientific name is Cebinae.Prior to 2011,the subfamiiy contained only a single genus,Cebus. However,in 2011 it was proposed to split the capuchin monkeys beween the gracile capuchins in the genus Cebus and the robust capuchins in the genus Sapajus.
Introduction
Hello my name is Ty'enna Oliver
Today I will be doing the mutualistic relationship between the capuchin monkey and the flowering trees.
What is a flowering tree?
Bauhinia variegata is a species of flowering plant in the family Fabaceae, native to South Asia and Southeast Asia, from southern China, Burma, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Common names include Orchid tree, Camel's Foot tree and Mountain-ebony.
Did you know ?
The orchid tree is a small to medium-sized tree growing to 10-12m tall, deciduous in the dry season.The leaves are 10-20cm long and broad, rounded, and bilobed at the base and apex. Also the flowers are conspicuous bright pink or white, 8-12cm diameter, with five petals and the fruit is a pod 15-30cm long, containing several seeds.
Mutualistic Relationship
!Enjoy!
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