Feeding Relationships

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What is a parasite?
An organism that lives in or on a host and takes what it needs to survive but doesn't give anything back to the host
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Give some examples of parasites and their hosts.
Mistletoe (trees), Tapeworms, Fleas, Head Lice
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What is a mutualistic relationship?
Both organisms benefit from the relationship.
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Give some examples of mutualistic relationships.
Oxpecker and Buffalo, Cleaner Fish, Bacteria in deep-sea vents, Nitrogen-Oxygen fixing bacteria in Legumes
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Compare photsynthesis and chemosythesis.
Photosynesis uses light whereas chemosynthesis used chemicals.
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Give some examples of parasites and their hosts.

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Mistletoe (trees), Tapeworms, Fleas, Head Lice

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What is a mutualistic relationship?

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Give some examples of mutualistic relationships.

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Compare photsynthesis and chemosythesis.

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