Animal Interactions Question Preview (ID: 59139)


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A relationship when one species benefits and the other is harmed is
a) a limiting factor.
b) parasitism.
c) competition
d) commensalism.

Relationship when both species benefit is
a) parasitism.
b) a territorial imperative.
c) commensalism.
d) mutualism.

Relationship when one species benefits and the other is not helped or harmed is
a) commensalism.
b) cooperation.
c) symbiosis.
d) mutualism.

When animals from 2 species coexist together is called
a) mutualism.
b) cooperation.
c) symbiosis.
d) social hierarchy.

The process of groups of organisms working or acting together for a common or mutual benefit is
a) cooperation.
b) a territorial imperative.
c) social hierarchy.
d) competition

A fundamental aspect of a social organization that is established by fighting or display behavior and results in a ranking of the animalsin a group
a) a limiting factor.
b) social hierarchy.
c) competition
d) cooperation.

The need to claim and defend a territory is
a) mutualism.
b) a territorial imperative.
c) competition
d) symbiosis.

An environmental condition or resource that limits the size of the population is
a) cooperation.
b) a limiting factor.
c) commensalism.
d) a territorial imperative.

The struggle between animals to survive as they attempt to use the same resource is
a) competition.
b) a limiting factor.
c) a territorial imperative.
d) social hierarchy.

A bee and a flower is an example of
a) mutualism.
b) parasitism.
c) commensalism.
d) a limiting factor.

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