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In a mutually beneficial interaction,
a) both organisms are harmed. b) one organism is harmed while the other benefits. c) both organisms benefit. d) one organism benefits while the other experiences no impact.
In commensalism,
a) both organisms are harmed. b) one organism is harmed while the other benefits. c) both organisms benefit. d) one organism benefits while the other experiences no impact.
In parasitism,
a) both organisms are harmed. b) one organism is harmed while the other benefits. c) both organisms benefit. d) one organism benefits while the other experiences no impact.
A bee getting nectar from a flower and carrying its pollen to another flower is an example of:
a) mutualism b) commensalism c) parasitism d)
Barnacles catching a ride on a whale is an example of:
a) mutualism b) commensalism c) parasitism d)
An organism that benefits from living in or on another, which is harmed, is called:
a) a predator b) prey c) a host d) a parasite
An organism is harmed by another organism living in or on it is called:
a) a predator b) prey c) a host d) a parasite
Oak trees are big and have lots of nutrients. Mistletoe sucks out nutrients, harming the tree. What is the relationship between the two plants?
a) mutualism b) commensalism c) parasitism d)
Red-billed oxpeckers gain nutrition by removing harmful ticks from the coat of the impala. What is the relationship between the oxpecker and the impala?
a) mutualism b) commensalism c) parasitism d)
Schistosoma mansoni infects blood vessels of humans causing the disease schistosomiasis. This is an example of:
a) mutualism b) commensalism c) parasitism d)
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