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COOPERATIVE INTERRELATOINSHIPS IN MISSOURI FORESTS. ECOSYSTEM. All the organisms and the non-living environment within a defined area. DESERT. LAKE. COMMUNITY. Consists of all the interacting animal populations within an ecosystem. FOOD WEB.

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COOPERATIVE INTERRELATOINSHIPS IN MISSOURI FORESTS


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ECOSYSTEM

  • All the organisms and the non-living environment within a defined area


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DESERT


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LAKE


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COMMUNITY

  • Consists of all the interacting animal populations within an ecosystem.


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FOOD WEB


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MANY DIFFERENT COMMUNITIES EXIST IN A SINGLE FOREST


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SYMBIOSIS

  • Two species living together in close association over an extended time. Also called “symbiotic relationships”


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3 TYPES OF SYMBIOSIS

  • 1. PARISITISM

  • 2. COMMENSALISM

  • 3. MUTUALISM


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PARISITISM

  • A symbiotic relationship where the organism lives in or on their host and does harm to their general well being, sometimes parasites are fatal.

  • The parasite benefits, the host does not.


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ONE EXAMPLE OF PARISITISM

  • Ticks on a deer.


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LEECHES


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COMMENSALISM

  • A symbiotic relationship where one species benefits, the other is not affected positively or negatively.


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ONE EXAMPLE OF COMMENSALISM

  • Birds nesting in a tree


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Certain species of millipede and silverfish inhabit the nests of army ants and live by scavenging on the refuse of their hosts, but without affecting the ants.


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MUTUALISM

  • A symbiotic relationship where both organisms benefit from the relationship.


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ONE EXAMPLE OF MUTUALISM

  • Bees and flowers


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