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How does a human body protect itself from pathogens?
Tears-lysozyme, mucus, blood clots in cuts, hydrochloric acid in stomach
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Tapeworms
Parasitism, absorbs nutrients from hosts gut, weight loss
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Mistletoe
Parasitism, rots grow into veins of host tree, absorbs water and minerals
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Legumes
Mutualistic, nitrogen fixing bacteria lives inside, bacteria is protected, plant gets nitrogen compounds for growth
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Chemosynthetic bacteria
Tubeworms get chemical substances that the bacteria needs for chemosynthesis, the tubeworms feed on substances made by bacteria
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Blackspot fungus
Unpolluted areas as sulfur dioxide causes it
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Lichens
Pollution, mutualistic relationship between fungus and alga
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Stonefly larvae and freshwater shrimp
Need oxygen
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Bloodworms and sludgeworms
Little oxygen needed
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Parasitism, absorbs nutrients from hosts gut, weight loss

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Tapeworms

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Parasitism, rots grow into veins of host tree, absorbs water and minerals

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Mutualistic, nitrogen fixing bacteria lives inside, bacteria is protected, plant gets nitrogen compounds for growth

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Tubeworms get chemical substances that the bacteria needs for chemosynthesis, the tubeworms feed on substances made by bacteria

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