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20.1: SPECIES INTERACTIONS
Species (organism) Population Community (interaction of different species) Ecosystem Biosphere
PREDATION (+/-) one species eats another species predator: eater and prey: eaten Types: carnivores, herbivores and omnivores
cyclic in nature ↑ in prey leads to ↑ in predators (vice versa) Lag time
RESPONSES TO PREDATION 1. camouflage: Cryptic coloration disguises an animal so it’s less visible to predators or prey http://www.pbslearningmedia.org/ asset/tdc02_vid_disguise/
2. warning coloration (aposematism): intended not to camouflage an organism but to make it more noticeable - Bright coloring to warn potential aggressors of toxicity
3. Mimicry: physical (or behavioral resemblance) of one species to another
4. Action by Prey: action by prey just before death that is unexpected by predator
5. alluring coloration: animals are colored so a predator's attention is drawn to a non-vital part of the prey's body
6. Deceptive Markings: markings that resemble fake eyes or false heads to startle predator.
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