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Symbiosis A relationship in which organisms live Together and at least one is benefited. Mutualism: a type of relationship in which both organisms benefit. Comensalism : a type of relationship in which one organism is helped and the other is not helped or harmed.

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Symbiosis a relationship in which organisms live together and at least one is benefited

Symbiosis

A relationship in which organisms live Together and at least one is benefited


Symbiosis a relationship in which organisms live together and at least one is benefited

Mutualism: a type of relationship in which both organisms benefit.

Comensalism: a type of relationship in which one organism is helped and the other is not helped or harmed.

Parasitism: a type of relationship in which one organism is helped and the other is harmed.


Symbiosis a relationship in which organisms live together and at least one is benefited

Predation: An interaction in which one organism hunts and kills another for food.


Symbiosis a relationship in which organisms live together and at least one is benefited

OXPECKER

CORN

FLOWER

BLUE WHALE

LION

BIRD

BEE

TICK

HUMAN

RHINO

KRILL

POISON IVEY

DOG

MOUSE

PENGUIN

ANTELOPE

COW

BEAR

TREE

FISH

BARNACLE

OWL

MOSQUITO


Symbiosis a relationship in which organisms live together and at least one is benefited

RELATIONSHIPS

FOLDABLE

MUTUALISM

COMMENSALISM

PARASITISM

PREDATION

The center smile is shared by all relationships reminding us of the definition of symbiosis which is a relationship in which organisms live together and AT LEAST ONE is benefited.


Symbiosis a relationship in which organisms live together and at least one is benefited

RELATIONSHIPS

FOLDABLE

(inside)

MUTUALISM

Write the Definition

COMMENSALISM

PARASITISM

Write the Definition

Write the Definition

Write the Definition

PREDATION


Symbiosis a relationship in which organisms live together and at least one is benefited

Relationships: Watch a Clip &Predict


Symbiosis a relationship in which organisms live together and at least one is benefited

Relationships: Watch a Clip &Predict

QUESTION PAGE

  • Clip 1: Shark and Turtle

  • How does the turtle protect itself?

  • What relationship is held between the tiger shark and the loggerhead turtle?

  • Clip 2: Unlikely Travel Companions

  • List three ways in which being near a shark might be beneficial to a fish.

  • What is one way that a shark might benefit from a fish (other than as prey)?

  • Classify each shark-fish relationship shown in this clip as commensalism, mutualism, or parasitism.

  • Clip 3: Sharks and Fishermen

  • How have sharks become trained to follow fishermen?

  • Describe how the following species pairs interact in the clip: fishermen/fish; sharks/fish; sharks/fishermen.

http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/lessons/symbiotic-strategies/video-segments/1496/


Symbiosis a relationship in which organisms live together and at least one is benefited

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Interaction of Living Things (Biotic/Symbiotic Relationships) Spinwheel Worksheet

Instruction: Classify the interaction of living things being described by filling the blanks with: commensalism, competition, mutualism, parasitism, or predation.

1. Fungus and lichens live together. The fungus gets food from the algae while the algae gets a place to live.

2. The parasitic roundworm anchors itself to the wall of the intestine and causes diseases to the organisms.

3. Spiders create their webs on stems and trunks of plants.

4. A mouse is captured and eaten by an owl.

5. Two angelfish are struggling for the best territory in a small fishbowl.

6. Cheetahs and lions feed on the same prey.

7. Insects get nectar from flowers. They also transfer the pollen that gets stuck in their bodies to another flower.

8. Orchids perch on sturdier plants. They cause no harm to the host plant. They benefit simply from being exposed to sunlight.

9. The waste plant sap produced by aphids are used by ants for nutrition. The ants protect the aphids from parasites.

10. An oyster attaches itself to a mangrove. The oyster has a place to live, but the mangrove is unharmed.

11. Many bacteria live in the human intestines. These bacteria feed on the foodin our guts without harming us.

12. The sea lamprey uses its oral disc to attach itself to a larger fish, bores a hole through the fish’s flesh, and sucks its blood.

13. A lion devours a deer.

14. A snake catches and swallows a frog.

15. Chimpanzees fight to achieve supremacy in the tribe.

16. The shrimp digs to burrow itself and the goby fish. In case of danger, the goby fish touches the shrimp with its tail to warn it.

17. Dodder plants have root like structures that penetrate the vascular bundles ofother plants to get nutrients..

18. Hermit crabs use gastropod’s shells to protect their bodies without beingharmed.

19. A remora fish attaches itself to sharks. When the shark eats, it eats the scraps. The shark does not harm the remora fish.

20. Amoeba in humans causes infection that leads to liver abscesses and dysentery.

21. Ticks attach firmly to the skin of other animals to draw blood.

22. The Nile crocodile, with its mouth open, permits the Egyptian plover bird to feed on any leeches attached to its gum.

23. A fly is trapped in a spider’s web.

24. Yellow rattle plant gets some of its nutrients from the roots of neighboring plants.

25. Ten tomato plants are grown in one small pot with limited amount of soil.

26. A frog catches a grasshopper.

27. The territorial clownfish lives in sea anemones. They protect each other from their predators.

28. A tomato hornworm is covered with cocoons of pupating beaconed wasps. It dies as the wasps pupate.

29. A short plant receives less sunlight because it is shaded by a tall plant.

30. Torsalo flies catch smaller flies so they can glue their eggs on them. The captive flies are released unharmed, but carry the eggs until they land on a host


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