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Forest Predator/Prey- predator does the hunting, prey is what is being hunted Hawk hunting a squirrel.
Scavenger- organisms eat dead organisms. Eats dead organisms.
Competition- organisms fight over resources. Frog and snake compete for reasourses.
Mutualism- both organisms are benefited. Bug is eating bugs and plant doesn’t get eaten.
Commensalism- one organisms benefits and other isn’t harmed Be is benefiting and flower isn’t harmed.
Parasitism- one organism benefits and other is harmed Bird is eating a grasshopper.
Have high concentrations of lignin. Decomposers- organisms that break down organism.
Predator/ prey- predator hunts. Prey is being hunted. Rain forest Snake is the predator frog is the prey.
Scavenger- organisms that eat dead organsms. Dung beetle is eating a dead millipede.
Mutualism Bugs are eating a dead bug.
commensalism Aunts eating leaves that fell of tree.
Parasitism Fungi grew on plant and is killing the tree.
Leopard seal eating a penguin. Tundra Predator/prey
Bear eating dead body. scavenger
Mom protects baby and her baby is safe mutualism
Bird is benefiting deer isn’t harmed commensalism
Bear is benefited while fox is harmed. Parasitism
Dear fighting for food. competition
Decomposers in the tundra. decomposers
Salt water predator/prey Shark is predator fish is the prey.
scavenger Beatle eats dead fish.
competition Sharks competing.
parasitism Sea lies
Decomposers Sea cucumbers are decomposers
Desert Snake eating a mouse.
Scavenger Turkey vulture is a scavenger.
Competition Mice fighting over food in the desert.
By: Matthew Burton. Mutualism- when two animals or species benefit Salt water- clown fish living in a sea anemone Rain forest –bird eating bugs.
◦ Mutualism- Bird cleaning crocodile ◦ Commensalism-Bird uses tree but the tree is not hurt ◦ Competition- two chimps fight over food ◦ Predator/prey-Snake.
Animal Relationships By: Ashley Whiteaker. Relationships Mutualism- when both animals benefit. Parasitism- one benefits and one is harmed. Commensalism-
A NIMAL R ELATIONSHIPS Jocelyne Martinez Tundra Forest Rain Forest Saltwater Freshwater Desert.
By: Nayeli Gamarra. A predator is what is hunts the prey which is always much weaker than them. A prey is what is being hunted and is helpless compared.
By: Oscar Visoso 6th Hour
ANIMAL relationships BY: CRYSTAL GUTIERREZ.
Caleb’s Animal Relationships. Forest Mutualism –bee pollinating a flower. Parasitism – snake eating a rabbit. Commensalism- squirrel living in a tree.
Animal Relations By: Montanna Reimer. Mutualism Mutualism is when an both of the organisms are benefitting. Examples: Fresh water-bees and flowers Forest-Birds.
The forest is a very diverse and interesting area. It has many different relationships and spreads along thousands of mile on earth.
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.
By Abraham Zetino. Mutualism is when both organisms benefit from the relationship. Ex: A rhino is not irritated because birds are eating fleas/bugs.
ECOSYSTEMS (relationships and competition for limiting factors )
Mutualism: A relationship in which both organisms benefit. Ex: Mycorrhizal Fungi and Conifer Trees. The fungi helps the tree roots with absorbing water.
By: Juan Carlos Bujanda. Mutualism: A monkey eating bugs off another monkey. Scavenger: A snake hunting a insect Decomposer: the sun then a plant.
Animal Relationship By: Jennifer Arroyo.
Interdependence and interactions in an ecosystem
Relationships Among Organisms Biology EOCT Review.
Relationships in Ecosystems
Environment The physical surroundings of an organism, including all the conditions and circumstances that affect its development.
Interactions of Living Things
Chapter 5 Lesson Two: Interaction Among Living Things.
4th grade science Laura carter
Principles of Ecology Ecology.
All energy in an ecosystem comes from…….
How Organisms Get Their Energy
Ecology Test Review By harel and alex (:. Define & give examples Autotroph Heterotroph Producer Consumer Decomposer.
Species Interactions. Predation When one organism eats other organism Prey: The organism that is eaten Predator: The organism that does the eating.
Interdependence Species Interactions 20.1.
Food Chains Food Chain: a simple sequence of feeding relationships. – May include a producer, an herbivore and a carnivore. – Shows the different levels.
*Refer to Chapter 16 in your Textbook. Learning Goals: 1. I can describe interactions that occur in a community. 2. I can differentiate between the types.
1 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt SymbiosisSuccession.
Food Chains / Webs. What’s to Eat? Producers: produce their own food Plants that carry out photosynthesis Trees, vines, shrubs, ferns, mosses,
CHAPTER 1E Interactions of Living Things. Everything is Connected….. ALL Living things are connected somehow Ecology – the study of how they are connected.
Food Chains and Ecosystems
Agenda 5/10 Review of Food Webs Niche notes Practice probs
Relationships within Ecosystems The who, what, where, when, why of it all.
Competition, Predation and Symbiosis
Relationships in the Ecosystem. What are the types of relationships? 1)Predator / Prey 2)Competition 3)Symbiosis A) commensalism B) mutualism C) parasitism.
Types of Species Interactions. Competition Trees in the rainforest competing for light Desert plants competing for water.
What is taxonomy? A. study of molecular biology B. study of anthropology C. taxonomy D. geology ANSWER: C.
Autotrophs A groups of organisms that can use the energy in sunlight to convert water and carbon dioxide into Glucose (food) – They use the process.
Anchor: BIO.B.4.2 Describe interactions & relationships in an ecosystem ◦ BIO.4.2.2: Describe biotic interactions in an ecosystem.
Ecosystems. What is an Ecosystem? An ecosystem is a plant and animal community made up of living and nonliving things that interact with each other.
What is Ecology? The study of the interactions between organisms and their environment Interactions between organisms is not simply who eats who but.
Key Vocabulary Predator = An animal that hunts other animals and eats them Predator = An animal that hunts other animals and eats them Prey = an animal.
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