What is a facultative halophile?
1.Depends upon whether the mutualism is facultative a. Facultative pollinators - example: honeybees and crop plants (oranges, strawberries, wildflowers) Outcome of facultative mutualism. (1)At no point in this graph do the isoclines cross (2) This mutualistic interaction is run-away facultative mutualism
A halophile is a type of archeabacteria, this peticular species thrives in salty sollutions there for it is found in places such as the dead see and the great salt lake. Halophile acutally means "salt-lover" in greek. While many other organisms, being placed in such a hypertonic sollution, would go through plasmolysis (shrivel up), these organims have optimal growth in areas where the salt content is between 20 and 30 percent.