Parasites always need a host.
if the host dies the nutrients die with it so parasites will die as well, until they find a new host
Host is an organism on or in which parasite live
You worded your question pretty confusingly.Parasites live off the host that they are infecting, so technically the parasites are begins supported by the host itself. The role of the parasites are to infect a suitable host and start eating their energy up. That could result in the death of the host, when the population of the parasites grow.partnershostsholderscarriers
Parasites attach themselves to host animals mainly for nutrition and shelter. The parasites cannot find their own food and shelter by themselves so they depend on others for this. This habit of parasites may emerge to be harmful for he host body as the parasites draw their nutrition for their own existence.
Some parasites have oral suckers, ringed with hooks, which is used to attach themselves to the host.
from their host
an obligate parasite needs a host for its development, a facultative parasite do not necessarly need a host. They do not depend on a host for their development
what happen to the parasite if the host died
Parasites identify a specific host cell that they can partner with.
By being parasites and doing what they do best, living off its host
Parasites get benefit but host is harmed .Parasites are highly modified .
From the food the host eats.
Are parasites that live on the surface of the host.
No , but usually the parasite depends on the host to live the only time parasites will kill their host is if they switch to another host.Atniw
They attach on to another organism and live and feed off it. They benefit but their host (the organism that they live on) doesn't. Actually, parasites result in harm to the host.
viruses are like parasites, organisms that live on or in a host and cause it harm.
Parasites get their food from the hosts. They actually feed on the host which deprives the host some nutrients unlike in a symbiotic relationship where all parties benefit.
Viruses are similar to parasites because both require a host to survive and both destroy the cells in which they multiply (cause harm to the host).
It is rare, but yes sometimes. A few parasites don't directly kill their host, but make them do "careless things" that make it more likely the host will get eaten by the parasite's next host.
The answer is parasitism, because parasites harm their host.
They dont. onlly varisus need a host cell.