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The struggle between organisms to survive as they attempt to use limited resources
a) predation b) predator c) prey d) competition
An interaction where one organism kills another for food
a) predation b) predator c) prey d) competition
The organism that kills other animals
a) predation b) predator c) prey d) competition
A relationship between 2 species that benefits at least one species
a) Paratism b) Mutalism c) Symbiosis d) All of the above
A relationship in which both species beneft
a) Paratism b) Mutalism c) Symbiosis d) All of the above
Involves one organism living on or inside another organism and harming it
a) Paratism b) Mutualism c) Symbiosis d) All of the above
When predator populations rise, prey populations...
a) Increase b) Decrease c) Stay the same d)
True or False: There is unlimited resources for organisms to use.
a) True b) False c) d)
A tapeworm lives in the intestines of a host, absorbing the food that passes through. The host is harmed. What kind of symbiosis is this?
a) Commensalism b) Paratism c) Mutalism d)
A small forest plant lives on a larger plant. The smaller plant gains sunlight by living on the high branches. The larger plant is not affected. Which type of symbiosis is this?
a) Commensalism b) Paratism c) Mutalism d)
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