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What type of symbiosis results when both organisms benefit from the relationship?
a) mutualism b) commensalism c) parasitism d) predation
What type of symbiosis results when one species benefits while the other is unharmed?
a) commensalism b) mutualism c) parasitism d) predation
What type of symbiosis results when one species benefits while the other is harmed?
a) parasitism b) commensalism c) mutualism d) consumerism
Barnacles need a place to anchor to wait for food to come their way so they hitch a ride on a whale gives them access to a food source. The whale is unharmed. This is:
a) commensalism b) mutualism c) parasitism d) predation
A tree provides a nursery for ants and makes food for the ant babies, while the ants protect the tree from other insects and plants. This is:
a) mutualism b) commensalism c) parasitism d) predation
A tapeworm in a cat steals food and nutrients from its host's body while the unsuspecting host becomes malnourished.
a) parasitism b) commensalism c) mutualism d) consumerism
A lion hunts a gazelle and brings it back as food for its pride. The relationships between the lion and the gazelle is an example of ______.
a) predation b) parasitism c) commensalism d) mutualism
Lichen is an example of which type of relationship?
a) mutualism b) commensalism c) predation d) parasitism
The cattle have egret birds hanging around them searching to eat grasshoppers and beetles that are raised up as the cattle walk around.
a) commensalism b) mutualism c) predation d) parasitism
Mistletoe have no roots of their own and live by attaching themselves to the tops of trees. While it is hanging up there, it slowly chokes the life of the host tree. This is an example of ______.
a) parasitism b) mutualism c) commensalism d) predation
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