What is an example of mutualism in the grassland biome?
A good example of mutualism in the grassland biome is that of a bird eating ticks off a buffalo, where the bird will be fed, and the buffalo will be parasite free.
a lion and giraffe
An example of mutualism in the estuary biome would be the clownfish and the sea anemone. They benefit from each other, and the activity of the clownfish results in greater water circulation around the sea anemone.
An example of mutualism is that you and a species of bacteria that lives in your lives in your intestines benifit each other!! The bacteria gets food from you, and you get vitamins that the bacteria produce!!
The grassland is a biome.
ticks waht the heck
A reindeer, and the microorganisms that exist in its gut, would be an example of two organisms that illustrate mutualism in the tundra biome. The reindeer supplies the microorganisms with food, and the microorganisms assist in the process of digestion.
What is an example of a predator prey relationship in the grassland biome and a example of a competitive relationship?
The population of the grassland biome is about 4,209
There are birds in the mutualism of the grasslands and there are rhinos, zebras and there are ostriches.
when a zebra and a antelope compete for grass? if that helps.
The cougar does live in the Grassland biome.
what is the soil texture in a grassland biome
Reindeer lichen. It is a fungus and an algae that work together to perform their life functions. Some mutualism example are a bee and a flower. Clownfish and an anemone. Bee and Flower are good mutualism because the Bee pollen the flower to get honey and energy.
In the Rocky mountains of north America, bees pollinate flowers, which is mutualism.
Most lions are found in the grassland biome. The grassland biome is like a savannah.
In the grassland biome of North America, plants that can grow are buffalo grass, switchgrass, milkweed, stinging nettles, wild indigos, and purple cone flower. Other types of plants can grow in other grassland biomes of the world. For example, in South America, pampas grass is commonly found in this type of biome.
An example of mutualism in a desert biome is the desert is the relationship between Saguaro cacti and the Gila woodpecker. This bird finds food like parasites and insects on the cactus. It also nests on cacti. While the cacti provide food and shelter for this bird, the bird in turn helps cacti when it spreads pollen to other cacti. Mutualism refers to a relationship in which both parties benefit from their interaction.
Mutualism in the tundra biome involves lichen. It appears to be moss-like and represents the relationship between an algae and a fungus.
An example would be fleas on a praire-dog or ticks on a lion.
Bison are found in two different biomes: Grassland, and Forest. It was not uncommon for bison to have their wintering grounds in the mixed boreal and aspen parkland of Western Canada, and many bison are still raised or live in this area. A species of bison called the Wood Bison (smaller than the Plains Bison that once ruled the grasslands) make their home in these forests, extending their range further north to Northwest Territories, the… Read More
the temperate grassland biome
Some examples of biomes are: rainforest, tundra, forest, desert, freshwater, marine and grassland
The average annual rainfall in a tropical grassland biome is between 20 to 50 inches. The savanna areas found in central Africa and Australia are examples of a tropical grassland biome.
Several organisms in fresh water biomes thrive due to mutualism. One example of this is algae that forms on the shells of snails and turtles. The snails and turtles can use the algae as a camouflage and the algae has somewhere to live.
it is the grassland biome :)
the Nebraska biome is the grassland biome
Grassland or Temperate Forest Biome
some scavengers in the grassland biome are vultures, or any thing that eats the dead animal to the bone that lives in the grassland biome. Kiki Sakura
Freshwater Biome , The Forest Biome, and The Grassland Biome.
No! A grassland is a whole different biome! -Axl32
The temperate grassland or prairie biome.
Wolves live in a variety of biomes including deserts, taiga, deciduous forests, grasslands, and even in the tundra.
The biome in which the giraffe lives in is the grassland.
Grass land Biome
It is a savanna biome or grassland
Mutualism is a symbiotic relationship between two different species, in which both species benefit. An example would be a bird and a rhino. The bird is able to eat insects off of the rhino and is protected from predators, and the rhino gets cleaned of these insects.
Two organisms that illustrate mutualism in the desert biome are bees and cactus. The bees pollinate the cactus and they also depend on it for food.
an allele and a ant have an symbiotic relationship because nutrients from the tree can help the ant colont
a rabbit is mostly found in a grassland biome.
from what i have learned barley lives in a grassland biome
the temperate grassland falls under the category grassland along with the savanna biome. usually when they say grassland, they DO mean temperate grassland.
the five main biomes are the forest biome, the savanna, the desert biome, the grassland biome, and the tundra biome.
trees that are grown in the grassland biome
Yes, the grassland receives more rainfall than a desert and, therefore, supports a greater variety of plants.
A symbiotic relationship is between a bee and a flower. An example of commensalism would be the Red-Winged Blackbird and a Torrey pine An example of mutualism would be lichen