Community Ecology Chapter 56. Biological Communities. Community: all the organisms that live together in a specific place Evolve together Forage together Compete Cooperate. Biological Communities.
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study of barnacles
Resource partitioning among sympatric lizard species
Character displacement in Darwin’s finches
Shark and Pilot Fish
Barnacles and Whales
Ants and acacias
Human Intestine and E.Coli
Zebra and Oxpecker Bird
External parasite: the yellow vines are the flowering plant dodder, it is a parasite that obtains its food from the host plant it grows on
Heartworm and Dogs
Mistletoe and Mesquite Tree
Starfish eat barnacles, allowing other species to thrive instead of being crowded out by the explosive population of barnacles
Beavers construct dams and transform flowing streams into ponds, creating new habitats for many plants and animals