Herbivory - organism (pathogens) infects a host (+/-) Most...

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1/31/11 Herbivory When a herbivore eats part of a plant or alga (+/-) Cows, grasshoppers, and beetles Plants produce certain toxins or spines to avoid herbivory, and animals have sensors to detect which ones are toxic or innutritious
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1/31/11 Disease Similar to parasitism in which an
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Unformatted text preview: organism (pathogens) infects a host (+/-) Most are unicellular, and inflict lethal harm Has a large affect on population numbers Sudden oak death caused by a protist that killed tens of thousands oaks in 10 years...
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