Examine the types of relationships between organisms discussed in Study Island this week.  Symbiosis or Symbiotic Relationships are described as, "an interaction between individuals of different biological species. At least one of the organisms receives a benefit from the interaction."  After examining the chart below and watching the video provided please complete the following:

Please research to complete the following...Answers should be posted to this blog!

1. An example of a Commensalism Symbiotic Relationship found in nature...List the two species and include the benefit received by one species. (5 points)

2. An example of a Mutualism Symbiotic Relationship found in nature...List the two species and include the benefit received by both species. (5 points)

3. An example of a Paraistism Symbiotic Relationship found in nature...List the two species and include the benefit received by one species and the negative effect received by the other species. (5 points)
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Standard OH Grade 6-8, Science Standard Life Sciences C Explain how energy entering the ecosystems as sunlight supports the life of organisms through photosynthesis and the transfer of energy through the interactions of organisms and the environment.

 


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Randy L
12/12/2011 10:00

One example of mutualism is a clown fish living inside a sea anemone. The two species are the anemone and the clown fish. The beneficiary is the clown fish, which receives a home and food, while the sea anemone receives food that the clown fish attracts with its bright colors. An example of commensalism is a bird living in a tree. The bird gets a place to live, with the tree just being a part of nature. An example of parasitism is a bacteria on a host. The bacteria feeds on the host, while the host is harmed in the process.

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Izzy S
12/12/2011 10:01

1 . An example of A Commensalism Symbiotic relationship found in nature is that when large herbivores eat , insects get stirred up . Birds then fly behind the cattle and eat the insects . The cattle is not effected . The birds benefit .

2 . An example of A Mutualism Symbiotic relationship found in nature is a bee and a flower . The bee will leave Pollen behind while eating Nectar from the plant . Both are benefited .

3 . An example of A Parasitism Symbiotic relationship is that mosquitoes come to humans , bite them and take their blood . The mosquitoe benefits , but the human is harmed , and at risk for health problems .

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Jade B
12/12/2011 10:01

An example of a Commensalism Symbiotic Relationship is large grazing herbivores, such as cattle and buffalo, stir up insects as they graze on grass in fields and pastures. Birds known as cattle egrets often follow behind the grazing herbivores and eat the insects. Since the cattle egret benefits by being
able to find food easily and the grazing

An example of a Mutualism Symbiotic Relationship

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Jordan B.
12/12/2011 10:02

Commensalism

Commensalisam - is when one species is effected and one is not. An example is when a bird rides on the back of a rhino. The bird gets transportation, as the rhino receives no benefit.


Mutualism

Mutulism - is when both of the species receives a benefit. Like when two tigers kill a gazel. They both get to eat.




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Anthony.K
12/12/2011 10:02

Commensalism:A remora Fish and the shark because the remora gets to eat the scraps the shark leaves behind but the shark does not get any thing out of the remora being there.

Mutualism: plover and the crocodile because theboird eats harm ful animals and pieces of food out of the crocodiles mouth and the croc benefits fro the bird by cleaning it's teeth.

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Emma S
12/12/2011 10:31

A commensalism relationship usuall is a relationship where animals don't harm each other but they don't protect them either. A mutualism is a relationship where a relationship where two animals communicate with each other. A parastism is a harmful one. They bother the animals and us.

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Tanaya D.
12/12/2011 10:39

One example of commensalism is a shark and an angel fish because the angel fish cleans the sharks teeth.An example of mutualism is humans and cows.The cows give us something to eat and we help the cows not overpopulate.SO thats why this is an example of mutualism.A example of parasitism is fleas and a dog.The fleas get food but at the same time the dog gets real ichy.

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Tyler Mack
12/12/2011 10:43

1 a hermit crab and sea anenamee help the crap by being its body gard

2 a shremp and a goby help each other by the shrimp help build the safe spot for the fish.and the fish helps the shrimp buy helping it see where hes going

3 people get food from the animals in the earth and the animaals got there food from the sun from the plants so that helps us alot.

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Renee.P
12/12/2011 10:47

A good example of a Commensalism Symbiotic is a remora living with a shark. Remoras eat leftover food from the shark. The shark is not affected in the process as remoras eat only leftover food of the shark which doesn't deplete the shark's resources.another one is a Tigers and golden jackals....Mutualism Symbioticis the relationship between ungulates (such as cows) and bacteria within their intestines. The ungulates benefit from the cellulase produced by the bacteria, which facilitates digestion; and worms and mammals are a type of mutualism ......parasite referred to organisms with lifestages that needed more than one host (e.g. Taenia solium). These are now called macroparasites (typically protozoa and helminths)

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Anthony R
12/12/2011 10:47

A crab and the anemone and the birds and the moose.

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Dajon D.
12/12/2011 10:47

An example of commensalism is tigers and golden jackals.The jackals attach there self to a tiger in order to stay in a safe from there prey.

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jadabell
12/12/2011 12:13

commensalism/receives benefits-crab/not affected anemoe the thing with the stingers
mutualism-shrimp-and fish both benefit each other
parasitism/recieves benefits-octapus/harmed crab

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Rashed B
12/12/2011 12:15

The crab and the Niamey are commercialism things and the benefit for the crab is hat it don't get eaten.In mutualism the deer get food from the monkey and the monkey get to see if there any animals coming. parasitism i got nothing, when one thing get a benefit and the other suffer

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curraie
12/12/2011 12:16

For Commensalism-the sea anatomy and the crab.
the crab is protected by the sea anatomy but the anatomy isn't getting anything in return.
Mutualism-Algae And Clams.
The algae lives inside the shell of the clam and provides it with the oxygen and food the clam needs to survive. In turn,the clam provides the algae with protection,andd carbon dioxide!
-Parsaitism-fleas and cats or dogs!
the flea needs blood but the dog is loosing the blood because the flea needs it to survive


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Matthew P.
12/12/2011 12:17

1.An example of commensalism is like a bird sitting on top of a horse so the bird is getting food and the horse isn't really getting any thing back from it.
2.an example of mutualism is like monkeys droping food for deers and the deers warning the monkyes when there is danger.
3.an example of parasitism is like when a person gets a tape worm you get harmed but the tape worm gets food.

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Kala B.
12/12/2011 12:18

One example of Commensalism Symbiotic is a crab and the anemone when the crab needs help to protect himself from a Octopus he uses the anemone without harming or effecting it.

One example of Mutualism is Plants because plants that rely on pollinators attract the pollinator by the shape, color, or smell of their flowers. As the pollinator feeds off of the nectar or pollen from the flower, some of the pollen sticks and stays to its legs and body.

One example of Parasitism is parasites In fact, most parasites are so dependent on the host that killing the host would not benefit the parasite. However, because parasites do harm their hosts, the hosts become more vulnerable to disease or predation by other organisms.

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Cody N
12/12/2011 12:20

Commensalism Symbiotic Relationship The crab and the anemome. the crab puts the anemome on its shell so the anemome protects it with it stingers if any octopus trys to eat the crab.
Mutualism Symbiotic Relationship

A bee and a plant. Bees receive nourishment from flowering plants, and plants are pollinated by the bees. The relationship is Mutualism.

Paraistism Symbiotic Relationship

Human and a mosquito. The mosquito feeds off the humans blood while the human has no benefits.

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david b
12/13/2011 05:43


Commensalism

1. An example, large grazing herbivores, such as cattle and buffalo, stir up insects as they graze on grass in fields and pastures.


Mutualism

2. Flowers and their pollinators are one of the most common examples of mutualism because many kinds of plants depend on insects, such as moths, bees, wasps, and beetles, to perform pollination in order to reproduce



parasitism

3.
The organism that receives a benefit is known as a parasite. The organism that is harmed by the relationship is known as the host.




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Jordan B.
12/14/2011 09:32

Parasitism is when one species gains a benefit, and one is harmed. Like when a snake eats a rabbit. The snake gets food and the rabbit dies (gets eaten).

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Max D.
12/14/2011 09:44

An example of commensalism is when a flightless bird rides on the back of a rhino for transportation.
AN example of mitualism is when a when a monkey eats the bugs off of another monkeys back.
And finally an example for parasitism is when a snake eats a rabbit.

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Jade B
12/15/2011 18:35

An example of a Mutualism Symbiotic Relationshipplants depend on insects, such as moths, bees, wasps, and beetles, to perform pollination in order to reproduce. Plants that rely on pollinators attract the pollinator by the shape, color, or smell of their flowers. As the pollinator feeds on the nectar or pollen from the flower, some of the pollen sticks to its legs and body. When the pollinator visits a second plant of the same species, the pollen from the first plant is transferred to the reproductive organs of the second plant, and pollination occurs. Both organisms receive a benefit from this interaction. The pollinator receives access to a food source and the plant is able to reproduce because of their relationship.

An example of a Paraistism Symbiotic Relationship The difference between a parasite and a predator is that a parasite generally does not kill its host. Instead, the parasite lives in or on the host for an extended period of time and continues to feed off of the host. In fact, most parasites are so dependent on the host that killing the host would not benefit the parasite. However, because parasites do harm their hosts, the hosts become more vulnerable to disease or predation by other organisms.

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