01c_Interrel

01c_Interrel - Which Type? INTERRELATIONSHIPS Commensalism...

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INTERRELATIONSHIPS Different ways species can get along,   or not get along Predation + - Competition - - Parasitism + - Commensalism + o Mutualism + + + = benefit -  = harmed 0 = unaffected e.g., +-  means one  gains, one loses
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INTERRELATIONSHIPS Mutualism Which  Type? Both the bee and the plant gain
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INTERRELATIONSHIPS Competition Which  Type? Both the bobcat and coyote lose when the other eats common food source
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INTERRELATIONSHIPS Parasitism Which  Type? The parasite gains, the host loses
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INTERRELATIONSHIPS Predation
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Unformatted text preview: Which Type? INTERRELATIONSHIPS Commensalism Which Type? Snake gains home, rodent unaffected (hole abandoned long ago) INTERRELATIONSHIPS: Review Mutualism Which Type? Both gain Coyote eats, seeds are dispersed INTERRELATIONSHIPS: Review Competition Which Type? Both lose available soil moisture INTERRELATIONSHIPS: Review Commensalism Which Type? Elf owl gains and woodpecker is unaffected Elf owl gains by using abandoned saguaro hole made by woodpecker...
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This note was uploaded on 08/26/2008 for the course BIO 109 taught by Professor Fiero during the Spring '08 term at Pima CC.

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01c_Interrel - Which Type? INTERRELATIONSHIPS Commensalism...

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