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The relationship(s) between organisms within an eco-system.Symbiosis The relationship(s) between organisms within an eco-system.
Mutualism This is a win-win relationshipBoth organisms benefit from each other
Commensalism This is a win-?? (no one cares) relationshipOne organism benefits, the other one doesn’t care – it isn’t helped or harmed.
Parasitism This is a win-lose relationshipOne organism benefits, the other is harmed flea tick
Digger Bee & Palo Verde Mutualism
Gila Woodpecker & Screech OwlCommensalism
Mexican Long-tongued Bat & Palmer AgaveMutualism
Phainopepla & MistletoeMutualism
Cowbird & the Oriole Parasitism
Mutualism Wood Rat & Prickly Pear
Cactus Wren & Cholla CactusCommensalism
Hummingbird & OcotilloMutualism
Commensalism Saguaro & Palo Verde
Desert Tortoise / Prickly PearMutualism
Mistletoe and MesquiteParasitism Mistletoe is a parasite. It lives off of another plant. (They like Mesquite trees)
Javelina and Mesquite Mutualism
Gila Woodpecker & SaguaroCommensalism
Broomrape & Bursage Parasitism
Yucca & Yucca Moth Mutualism
$100 Theory Taking the Heat Good Behavior Staying Alive Relation- ships $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200.
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Ex. Commensalism A fish in anemeni Ex. of Mutualism A bee getting pollin out a flower.
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Symbiotic Relationships A close ecological relationship between two or more different species.
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