Relationships In A Community: Question Preview (ID: 3227)

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Mosquitos are examples of:
a) Parasites
b) Hosts
c) Predators
d) Prey

Birds build their nests in trees. Birds and trees have a _____________ relationship.
a) Mutualistic
b) Predatory
c) Parasitic
d) Commensalistic

Symbiotic relationships ______ at least one of the organisms involved.
a) benefit
b) harm
c) do not affect

A rabbit killed by a wolf is an example of:
a) a parasite
b) a host
c) a predator
d) prey

Relationships that benefit both organisms involved are:
a) predatory
b) parasitic
c) competitive
d) mutualistic

An organism that is harmed, but not killed, by a parasite is its:
a) victim
b) host
c) predator
d) prey

A relationship that occurs between two organisms who need the same resources to survive is:
a) Competition
b) Predation
c) Parasitism
d) Mutualism

A flea and a cat have a ______________ relationship with one another.
a) Predatory
b) Parasitic
c) Commensalistic
d) Mutualistic

Sharks hunt and kill sea turtles. The sea turtles are the sharks' ____________.
a) Host
b) Prey
c) Parasite
d) Predator

A relationship in which an organism is hunted and killed by another is:
a) Commensalistic
b) Mutualistic
c) Cooperative
d) Predatory

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