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symbiosis notes

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									 Adaptations and
  Relationships
Survival in the wild takes some
     WILD characteristics
         Adapting to the
          Environment


Black Peppered Moth   White Peppered Moth
                   The behaviors and physical
 Adaptations       characteristics of species that
                    allow them to live successfully
                    in the environment.

                 Example: Fish have gills so they
                  can breath underwater.
                 Giraffes have long necks to eat
                  leaves that other animals
                  cannot reach.




                 Animal adaptation Quiz
                 Adaptations Game
Top 10 Animal Adaptations
          Relationships Among
               Organisms


Boyfriend and Girlfriend      Friends




                     Family             Student and
                                          Teacher
   Competition          Because many
                          organisms share the
                          same ecosystem
                          they are bound to
                          compete.
                         Competition, the
                          struggle between
                          organisms to survive
                          in a habitat with
                          limited resources.
                         Example:
                               Two birds compete
                                for the seeds on a
     Competition over           tree.
        a mate
   Predation                    Predation is when
                  Predator        one organism kills
                                  and eats another.

                                 The organism being
   Prey                          eaten is the prey
                       Prey

   Predator                     The organism that
                                  kills is the predator.
                  Predator         Ex. A snake kills
           Prey                   and eats a mouse.
                                  The snake is the
                                  predator and the
                                  mouse is prey.
 Symbiosis                is a relationship
                             between two
                             species that
                             benefits at least
                             one species.

                            Mutualism
   There are 3 types of
    Symbiosis               Commensalism
                            Parasitism
   Mutualism          A relationship in
                        which both
    Clownfish and       organisms benefit.
    Sea Anemone
                        They help each
                        other.

                        Ex. A relationship
                        between a butterfly
                        and a flower




                            Butterfly and
                              Flower
   Commensalism           Commensalism
                           A relationship in
                            which one species
                            benefits and the
                            other one is neither
    Barnacles on Whales     helped nor harmed

                             Ex. A bird building a
                              nest on a tree
   Parasitism            Parasitism involves
                           one organism living
                           on or inside another
                           organism. The
                           organism that
                           benefits is called the
         Tape Worm         parasite and the
                           organism it lives on
                           is called a host.
                          Example: Common
                           parasites are fleas,
Blood Sucking Mosquito     ticks, and leeches
                           Organism 1 Organism 2
            Competition

            Predation       Predator     Prey

            Mutualism

Symbiosis   Commensalism



            Parasitism      Parasite     Host

								
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