By: Anthony Luna
 5 different kinds of symbiotic relationshipsbetween organisms◦ Mutualism◦ Commensalism◦ Parasitism/Predation◦ Competitio...
 The relationship between two differentspecies of organisms that benefit from eachother.◦ Ex. Anemone fish and sea anemon...
 One species benefits while the other speciesis unaffected.◦ Ex. A bird living in a tree The bird benefits by having a h...
 One species of organisms benefits while theother is harmed.◦ Tapeworm inside of a human. Tapeworm benefits by receiving...
 This relationship harms both species oforganisms. Organisms compete for the sameresources.◦ Ex. An eagle and a hawk Bot...
 When species are unaffected by theirrelationship with one another.◦ Ex. A tarantula and a cactus Tarantula and cactus d...
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  1. 1. By: Anthony Luna
  2. 2.  5 different kinds of symbiotic relationshipsbetween organisms◦ Mutualism◦ Commensalism◦ Parasitism/Predation◦ Competition◦ Neutralism
  3. 3.  The relationship between two differentspecies of organisms that benefit from eachother.◦ Ex. Anemone fish and sea anemones. Sea anemones hides and protects the fish frompredators with its stinging tentacles. Anemone fish defend sea anemones from predatorssuch as the butterflyfish.
  4. 4.  One species benefits while the other speciesis unaffected.◦ Ex. A bird living in a tree The bird benefits by having a home. Tree has no benefit.
  5. 5.  One species of organisms benefits while theother is harmed.◦ Tapeworm inside of a human. Tapeworm benefits by receiving nutrients from thehost human. Human is harmed in the process.◦ Lion hunting a rabbit. Lion benefits from eating the rabbit for nutrients. Rabbit dies.
  6. 6.  This relationship harms both species oforganisms. Organisms compete for the sameresources.◦ Ex. An eagle and a hawk Both species compete when hunting for prey.
  7. 7.  When species are unaffected by theirrelationship with one another.◦ Ex. A tarantula and a cactus Tarantula and cactus do not affect each other in anyway.
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