Botany or Plant Biology
Cell Biology (cytology)
What benefit plants might get by causing red blood cells to clump together?
Plants don't have red blood cells. Red blood cells carry oxygen
to the heart and lungs of animals, not plants. Plants take in CO2
and expel O2, so plants don't need red blood cells.
Asked in Ecosystems
What are some examples of mutualism commensalism and parasitism?
Mutualism- *Humans and Plants (We breathe out carbon dioxide then the plants absorb it then release oxygen.... etc.) Humans and plants both benefit from this relationship Commensalism- *Killdeer Birds and Cape Buffalo (the Killdeer Bird lies down on the buffalo and the buffalo protects the Bird. But the bird DOES NOT harm the buffalo.) Birds benefit, but Cape Buffalo is not affected. Parasitism- *Ticks and Humans (The ticks suck the blood and is therefore benefited, but does not benefit the human, but harms them instead.) The ticks benefit, but humans are harmed.