What is an relationship in which one organism lives in or on another organism?
A relationship in which an organism lives in or on another organism is called symbiosis.
What is a natural relationship in which one organism lives in or on another organism and benefits from the relationship while the other organism may be harmed?
It depends on what type of relationship they have. Parasitism is when one organism lives in or on another organism and harms it. Mutualism is when two organisms benefit from their relationship. Commensalism is when one organism benefits from the relationship and the other is not helped, nor is it harmed.
What is the relationship between organisms where one organism benefits and the other is not affected?
What is the name of the relationship in which one organism lives on or in a host and harms it called?
An organism that is helpful to another organism is know as having a symbiotic relationship. This can take various forms including a mutualism relationship where both organisms help each other, a commensalism relationship where one organism benefits and the other is not affected and finally the parasitic relationship where one organism benefits but the other is harmed.
If an organism lives in or on another organism there may be a symbiotic situation taking place. If the host of the organism is being damaged by the other organism, parasitism is in occurrence because one is benefiting at the expense of another. If the host and and the other organism are both benefiting, mutualism is taking place.
A relationship in which one kind of organism lives on or in another organism an may harm the organism is called parasitism. The organisms that live on or in other organisms are parasites. The organisms they feed on are called hosts. The parasites benefit from the relationship. The hosts are harmed by it. JUST TO LET YOU KNOW I GOT ALL THIS INFORMATION FROM AN AUDUBON TRADITIONAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL!
What is a type of symbiotic relationship in which one organism is benefited and the other is not affected?
Parasitism is a relationship in which one organism (the parasite) benefits while the other (the host) is harmed. This is a positive, negative relationship. The parasite usually lives on or inside the other organism. For example, mosquito is a parasite, feeding on a human while transferring the disease called Malaria
light, temperature, sailinity, pH, tidal cycles, currents, waves, wind are all ABIOTIC factors as they are non-living. Biotic factors are all those factors that are living for example the relationship between organisms: Predator-prey: where one organism eats another Parasitism: where one organism (parasite) lives off another organism (host) and it is detrimental to the host Commensalism: one organism benefits but the other organism is neither benefited or harmed Mutualism: two organisms in a relationship where…