Asked in Mistletoe
Why does a mistletoe and a spruce have a symbiotic relationship?
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Asked in Animal Life, Mistletoe
What organism has a symbiotic relationship with mistletoe?
The spruce tree has a symbiotic relationship with the mistletoe. This symbiotic relationship is an example of parasitism since the mistletoe obtains water and nutrients from the spruce tree, putting it at risk of harm. ...
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology, Ecosystems, Mistletoe
What is the symbiotic relationship between mistletoe and spruce plants?
Mistletoe is a parasitic plant that needs food from plants like the spruce to survive. ...
Asked in Similarities Between
What is the relationship between mistletoe and a spruce?
I think the answer is that the spruce and the mistletoe is a partism relationship and the spruce lives on the mistletoe but i really don't know. ...
What is the symbiotic relationship between mistletoe and oak tree?
It is a parasitic symbiotic relationship. The mistletoe is benefited while the oak tree is harmed. ...
What is an example of a Symbiotic relationship in the taiga?
One example of a symbiotic relationship in taiga involves a lichen and a black spruce tree. The lichen needs food and the tree produces dead matter. The dead matter is consumed by the lichen, which in turn provides nutrients for the spruce. This is an example of mutualism(+ +). mutualism is a type of symbiotic relationship in which both organisms benefit in the relationship! ...
What is the symbiotic relationship between Mistletoe and hardwood tree?
Technically speaking, all mistletoe species are hemiparasites, because they'll photosynthesize for a short period of their life. ...
Asked in Physics, Ecosystems, Mistletoe
Does mistletoe plant show symbiotic relationship?
No, mistletoe does not show symbiosis but only display parasitism inthesense that it lives on another larger flowering plant. Mistletoe benefits because the host gives it support and raises it up to a position from which it receive sunlight ...
Asked in Centipedes
How are leeches and fish in the same relationship?
The symbiotic relation is commensalism. Their relation is through the symbiotic relationship. The symbiotic relation is commensalism. Their relation is through the symbiotic relationship. The symbiotic relation is commensalism. Their relation is through the symbiotic relationship. The symbiotic relation is commensalism. Their relation is through the symbiotic relationship. ...
Asked in Microbiology
What is the difference of symbiotic and non symbiotic relationship?
a symbiotic relationship is one in which either one or both organisms require the relationship. In a non symbiotic relationship, neither require it. ...