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Asked in Definitions
What is symbiosis?
Symbiosis is a close, prolonged association between two (or more) organisms of different species that may, but does not necessarily, benefit each member. The specific biological interactions of symbiosis can be subdivided in three: * Mutualism, where both organisms benefit. * Commensalism, where only one of them benefits, but the other is not affected. * Parasitism, where one benefits and the other organism is harmed.
Asked in Ecosystems, Tundra
Do both organisms benefits from a symbiosis relationship?
Asked in Biology
What describes a symbiosis between organisms?
Symbiosis refers to close interactions between two different species. There are 5 basic forms of symbiosis, three of which are the most common: mutualism where both parties benefit; parasitism where one party benefits and the other is harmed; commensialism where one party benefits and the other is indifferent. There is also amensalism where one party is indifferent and the other is harmed, and synnecrosis where both parties are harmed. These last two cases are more rare than the other three.
Asked in Science
Two organisms that have close interactions that either help both harm one or help one at no expense to the other?
This is called symbiosis. There are multiple types of symbiotic relationships: Mutualism - both organisms benefit Commensalism - one organism benefits, the other is neither harmed nor helped Parasitism - one organism benefits, the other is harmed Amensalism - one organism is harmed, the other is neither harmed nor helped
Asked in Definitions
What are some types of symbiosis?
What are examples of symbiosis?
Examples of symbiosis are: Parasitism-one is harmed (host) and the other benefits Commensalism -one is unaffected and the other benefits Mutualism- both organisms benefit Example of Parasitism: Tick-deer Example of Commensalism: Sharks-remoras Example of Mutualism: Bacteria in your intestine- your intestine
Asked in Animal Parasites, Ecosystems, Tundra
What is the difference between symbiosis and parasitism?
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
How are symbiosis and competition different?
Asked in Biology
In what type of symbiosis does one organism benefit and the other is harmed?
Asked in Science, Biology, Ecosystems
Name and define the three major typs of interactions among organisms?
The three types of symbiosis are mutualism, commensalism, and parasitism. The relationship in which both species benefit is called mutualism. The relationship in which one species benefit and the other is not harmed or helped is called commensalism. The relationship in which one species benefit and the other are getting hurt is parasitism
Asked in Ecosystems
Is symbiotic relationship in which one organism benefits but the other is harmed?
Asked in Cows and Cattle, Herons and Egrets
Cattle egrets demonstrate which example of symbiosis?
Asked in Relationships, Slugs and Snails, Ecosystems
What Both organisms benefits and the other is unaffected the symbiotic relationship is called?
Asked in Animal Parasites, The Difference Between
What is the difference between mitosis and parasites?
Asked in Ecosystems, Biology, Tundra
What type of relationship is formed when both organisms benefit?
Asked in Biology, Zoologists
Is parasitism a type of symbiosis?
Yes it is, there are three types of symbiosis: Mutualism, a relationship in which both species benefit from each other; Commensalism, a relationship in which one species benefits and the other is neither helped or harmed; and Parasitism, a relationship in which one species benefits from the others expense.