Tiburcio, edmar

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Tiburcio, edmar

  1. 1. Symbiosis isclassified into threetypes: 1. Parasitism; 2. Commensalism;and
  2. 2. Parasitism is a kind ofhunter-prey relationship.The parasite depends onanother organism (host) forfood, protection, andreproduction.Example: tapeworm and human intestine
  3. 3. Tapeworm infestation is an example ofparasitism.
  4. 4. Commensalism is a relationship when an organism benefitsfrom another without harming.The first organism is benefitted while the other is neitherBenefitted nor harmed.Example: Orchid and tree
  5. 5. Orchid attached to the tree is anexample of commensalism.
  6. 6. Mutualism is a kind ofrelationship where bothorganisms benefit. It is a giveand take relationship betweentwo organisms where they canbe benefitted from each other.Example: Anabaena and azolla
  7. 7. Anabaena living with Azolla is anexample of mutualism.
  8. 8. Key Concept: Symbiosis affects thefood chain. If a harmfulkind of relationshipdominates in anecosystem, it will causeproblem. Example:
  9. 9. Thank You for watching and listening
  10. 10. Edmar P. Tiburcio

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