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Biology
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Mutualism - both species benefit 

commensalism -One species benfits no harm to the other species, Example is cattle egret NO HARM DONE

Living together will go    ----------> under all three mutalism commensalism parasitism  ( ALL)

Symbiotic relationship,Example a lichen .......> under all three mutalism commensalism parasitism  (ALL)

Parastism - one species benefits one is  harmed example is a flea on your dog

REFERENCE'

  1. How are the three types of symbiotic relationships different? Similar?

In mutualism, both species benefit. In commensalism, only one species benefits; the other is neither helped nor harmed.  In parasitism, one species benefits; the other is harmed.  In all three, two species live closely together.

  • An example of commensalism: cattle egrets foraging in fields among cattle or other livestock
  • ngm.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/photo-contest/2011/entries/.../view/

  • A parasitic relationship is one in which one organism, the parasite, lives off of another... A few examples of parasites are tapeworms, fleas, and barnacles. ... Fleas harm their hosts, such as dogs, by biting their skin, sucking their blood, and ...
  • www.necsi.edu/projects/evolution/co.../co-evolution_parasite.html


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