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What is the symbiotic relationship between?

Symbiosis is a close relationship between two species in which at least one species benefits. Mutualism is a symbiotic relationship in which both species benefit. Parasitism is a symbiotic relationship in which one species (the parasite) benefits while the other species (the host) is harmed.

What are some examples of symbiotic relationships?

The symbiotic relationship between an anemone (Heteractis magnifica) and a clownfish (Amphiron ocellaris) is a classic example of two organisms benefiting the other; the anemone provides the clownfish with protection and shelter, while the clownfish provides the anemone nutrients in the form of waste while also scaring …

What type of symbiotic relationship would a tick and dog have?

About Parasitism – Parasitism between Dogs and Ticks. The symbiotic relationship between dogs and ticks is parasitism. This is because the tick (the parasite) is harming the dog (the host). This is caused by the tick biting the dog.

What Animals use Commensalism?

Examples of Commensalism

  • Remora fish have a disk on their heads that makes them able to attach to larger animals, such as sharks, mantas, and whales.
  • Nurse plants are larger plants that offer protection to seedlings from the weather and herbivores, giving them an opportunity to grow.
  • Tree frogs use plants as protection.

What is the relationship between bees and flowers?

Bees and flowers have evolved together for millions of years. It is a mutual relationship where the bee is provided with food (nectar or pollen) and the stationary plant gets to disperse its pollen (sperm cells) to other plants of the same species.

How do bees and flowers help each other?

Bees fly from flower to flower gathering nectar, which they make into food, benefiting the bees. When they land in a flower, the bees get some pollen on their hairy bodies, and when they land in the next flower, some of the pollen from the first one rubs off, pollinating* the plant. This benefits the plants.

Which came first flowers or bees?

Either flowers actually appeared much earlier than anyone can conceive, or the first bees did without flowers for a long time, feeding on and pollinating cone-bearing, woody plants known as gymnosperms, a group that includes conifers, cycads and ferns.

Do Bees help flowers grow?

When bees collect pollen, they carry it from one flower to another. This cross-pollination is essential for flowers in order to produce more seeds. As bees cross-pollinate, more flowers and plants will grow. A bee gets the nutrients they need, and your garden ends up with more flowers and plants.