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A barnacle attaches to a scallop shell and gains a place to live. The scallop is not harmed. This is an example of:
a) commensalism b) mutualism c) parasitism d) competition
A bee pollinating a flowere is an example of:
a) commensalism b) mutalism c) parasitism d) competition
Which of these statements is true of parasitism?
a) The presence of a parasite does not affect the host. b) Parasitism is the same as predation. c) Usually the parasite harms but does not kill the host. d) Parasitism is a cooperative relationship between two species.
Which is an example of competition?
a) two species of insect that feed on the same rare plant. b) a bobcat killing and eating a jackrabbit c) an African lioness feeding her cubs d) a tick living on a dog.
Ants and acacia trees have a mutualistic relationship because:
a) the ants and tree benefit each other. b) the ants and tree are part of the same ecosystem. c) the ants and tree are both adapted to a humid climate. d) the ants eat part of the acacia tree.
A lion killing and eating a wildebeast is an example of:
a) commensalism b) mutualism c) parasitism d) predation
A tapeworm lives inside the intestines of a cow and feeds by absorbing food that the cow is digesting. This is an example of:
a) commensalism b) mutualism c) parasitism d) competition
What must be present for competition to happen?
a) limited resources b) food c) two species of mammals d) a plant and an animal
Which is an example of predation?
a) a bobcat killing and eating a mouse b) an African lioness feeding her cubs c) a tick living on a dog d) a robin building a nest in a tree
A mosquito feeding on human blood is an example of:
a) commensalism b) mutualism c) parasitism d) predation
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