As the dog doesn't benefit from a flea feeding on the dog's blood, the relationship is parasitic on the part of the flea. In a symbiotic relationship both parts should benefit. One example of a symbiotic relationship is that between the clown fish and the sea anemone.
they have a parasitism relationship
the flea is a parasite so the dog is the host and it is a parasitic relationship.
It is a parasitic relationship. That means that the relationship is beneficial to the flea, but harmful to the dog.
The Flea is allays with a dog
A dog does not have a relationship between a flea, the flea is more interested in drinking the dog's blood! the flea probably likes the dog but the dog probably doesn't like the flea.
The relationship is one of biotrophic parasitism - the flea benefits and the dog is harmed. This is also known as antagonistic symbiosis.
Fleas do not benefit a dog in any way I know of. Not all relationships have to be symbiotic to maintain a balance in nature.
The dog is a Host and the Flea an external parasite.
I would say parasitism - host (dog) and parasite (flea).
The relationship between dogs and their fleas is not symbiotic as the dog gains no benefit from it whatsoever. The relationship is purely parasitic.
the flea lives on the dog and sucks its blood The flea is a parasite to the dog.
The dog eats the fleas pp
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This is called a symbiotic relationship. An example of which would be a flea or tick on a dog (living on the host) or a roundworm living in the intestine of the dog (living inside the host).
There is no symbiosis between a flea and a dog. The flea is a blood eating parasite on the dog. There is benefit to the flea but not to the dog so there is no symbiosis.
The flea is a parasite on the dog. So are ticks and mosquitoes. Parasites have a symbiotic relationship with their hosts, but only the parasite benefits. They get a meal but the dog can be harmed by the bite.
The relationship between fleas and dogs is commensalism, which is a kind of symbiosis. Dogs provide fleas with nutritious blood to drink, and the flea dosesn't hurt or help the dog.
Fleas are parasitic insects that suck the blood of birds and mammals, including dogs. There are many types of medications available that get rid of a dog's flea problem.
an example would be a flea and a dog. The flea drinks the dogs blood, but does nothing beneficial for the dog.
This is a Parasitic relationship.