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Tapeworms can grow up to several feet long. Their bodies are set up in repeating units called proglottids that increase in size from the anterieor to the poterior.
Scaveng for bits of decaying plants and animals. Also eat small things like Protazoas. They can also eat nutrients their “host” organism.
Fish Various Birds
Tapeworms are hermaphrodies The can reproduce sexually and asexually. The lay their eggs inside of a host.
Some live in other organisms as parasites. Most live underwater.
Yes, they have a negative affect on other organisms. They are parasites. They are very harmful and can cause disease and possibly death.
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Biotic Factors Science 10. Biotic factors Are factors that affect the living environment and include all other organisms that interact with the individual.
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Introduction to Life Science. Types of Life 5 Characteristics of Life 1.Cells- most basic unit of life. Ex. Animal, Plant, Bacteria.
Introduction to Ecology
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Populations. Rates That Affect Population Size Natality- the birth rate; the number of births over time Mortality- the death rate; the number of deaths.
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Ecology An Introduction…. Ecology – the study of the interactions that take place between organisms and their environment What would be considered an.
Microorganisms …and the diseases they can cause….
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IT Bio PAGE 48 Symbiosis Notes. NICHE = ROLE OF AN ORGANISM IN ITS ENVIRONMENT. Niche INCLUDES: WHAT IT EATS WHAT EATS IT / HOW IT DEFENDS ITSELF.
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