Presentation on theme: "By: Jonathan Larson. Mutualism- Both animals benefit. A leaf cutter Ant lives underground and it helps fungus. A bee and a flower. A bee sucks the."— Presentation transcript:
Mutualism- Both animals benefit. A leaf cutter Ant lives underground and it helps fungus. A bee and a flower. A bee sucks the nectar out which lets the flower live longer and let it reproduce. A bird and a worm. The bird eats the worm, and the worm gets to reproduce.
Parasitism- One benefits, other is harmed A leach and a hog. The leach sucks the blood and the hog loses blood. A Monkey and fleas. The fleas get over the monkey and just keep growing. A deer and a cheetah. The deer is getting hunted b the cheetah, and the cheetah won’t stop until it catches the deer as its prey.
Commensalism- One organism benefits, other isn’t harmed. A Monkey and fleas. The fleas spread everywhere, but other monkeys come and pick off the fleas and eat them. A hippopotamus and flies. The flies swarm all around the hippo, but the hippo doesn’t care for the flies. A Flicker and a cactus. The flicker makes a home in the cactus, and the cactus just stays there.
Scavenger-One organism eats other dead organisms. A fly eats dead organisms. A Wildebeest kills an organism, then saves some meat for the next day. A maggot finds a dead organism, lives inside it and eats all of the fat and nutrients from the body.
Predator-Prey-One hunts, the other is hunted A lion and deer. A cheetah and hog A bird and a worm.
Decomposer-Breaks down dead organisms. Bacteria Flies Maggots
Competition- 2 organisms are fighting for the same thing. 2 lions are fighting for the female lion. A fly brings back a dead fly and dances around it to see if the mate wants him or not. 2 cheetahs fighting for the same piece of meat.
Mutualism-Both organisms benefit Mosquito and a hippo. Mosquito sucks out blood and fat, and hippo gets veins cleaned. Plover fly and crocodile. The plover fly flies into the crocodile’s mouth, and the fl cleans all of the dead meat stuck in the crocodiles teeth. Leaf cutter ant and fungus. Fungus grows on leaves and ant cleans off leaves.
Parasitism- One organism benefits, other is harmed. A Gorilla and a monkey. The gorilla will chase the monkey down, until it captures or kills it. A Frog and bugs. The frog eats the bugs which make the bug population go down. A cicadas and trees. The cicadas lay there eggs in the tree and when the eggs hatch, they dig through the trees roots and cut every root.
Commensalism- One benefits, other isn't harmed An insect lays eggs in the sloth’s waste. A poison dart frog and the virmliliad. Frogs use leaves as shelter to rain. A Dung beetle and flies. The fly receives nutrients and shelter from the dung.
Scavenger-Organisms that eat dead organisms. A vulture eats any dead organisms it can find. A Locto monkeys will also eat dead organisms or meat. A Toucan will eat some type of dead organisms, but not very many.
Predator-prey- Predator hunts, prey gets hunted. A Panther hunts down other types of organisms, usually that are smaller. A chameleon will hunt down certain types of bugs. A jaguar hunts any type of possible organism.
Decomposer-breaks down dead organisms A Termites break down dead organisms. Bacteria breaks down dead organisms And even some species of insects break down dead organism for many reasons.
Competition-when organisms fight over same desirables. Jaguars will fight for the same mate. Panthers will try to impress the mate to see who she picks to be her mate. And Monkeys compete for better trees with more fruit.
Mutualism- Both organisms benefit. Penguin fathers watch there babies. Polar bear and arctic fox. Polar bear kills organism and fox eats meat left after. A Caribou eats shurbs and they spread it through feces.
Parasitism- One organism benefits, other is harmed. A polar bear and a penguin. The polar bear stalks the penguin. A Mosquito and a caribou. The mosquito sucks the blood, and the caribou gets a rash. A Caribou and tapeworms. The tapeworms have a place to live, but there slowly killing the caribou.
Commensalism- One benefits, other isn't harmed A caribou and arctic fox. The caribou cleans snow, and the fox has a place to walk. Polar bear and penguin. Polar bear cleans snow up, and the penguin is able to walk in that line of clean snow. A caribou and a penguin.
Scavenger- eats dead organisms A caribou will eat dead organisms A polar bear will eat some dead organisms A arctic fox will only eat some type of dead organisms.
Predator-prey-Predator hunts, prey gets hunted. A caribou and dead organisms. A polar bear and penguins. A Arctic fox and some land animals.
Decomposer-Breaks down dead organisms Bacteria Fungus Termites
Competition-fight over desirables 2 caribous fight. 2 polar bears fight for food to survive. 2 penguins fight for a mate.
Mutualism-Both organisms benefit A clownfish and sea anemone. A eel and octopus. Octopus kills, and eel eats some food. A Fungi and algae.
Parasitism-One benefits, other is harmed Eel and fish. Eel kills and fish dies. Whale and krill. Krill's die because whale swallows them whole. Shark and fish.
Commensalism-One benefits, other isn’t harmed. A Clownfish and a anemone. Clownfish lives on anemone. And anemone gives shelter and safety to Clownfish. A Shark and a remora fish. Fish cleans sharks bottom of any diseases. A Shark and a human. A shark can smell blood from the human, and the person just watches the shark.
Scavenger- eats dead organisms. Dumpster shark Remora Crab Water Beetle
Predator-prey- Predator hunts, prey gets hunted. Shark and other fish Eel and anything small that swims by its home. Octopus and larval crabs.
Decomposer-breaks down dead organisms. Bacteria Plankton Fungus
Competition-Fight over same desirables. Sharks fight over mate. Eels fight for hole or home to live in. Octopus fight over food.
Mutualism-Both benefit Crab and Algae Goby and Shrimp Shrimp and Plankton
Parasitism- One benefits, other is harmed A Fish and Minnesota sea grant A Sea anemone and certain fish A Whale and krill.
Commensalism-One benefits, other isn't harmed. Clownfish and sea anemone. Shark and baby shark. Octopus and crab.
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