Because both organisms benefit in the relationship in some way. For example, Ants and aphids are usually close in a habitat. Aphids release this sugary fluid that ants like to feed on and in return the ants protect the aphids.
No, parasitism is good for one of the organisms and bad for the other. Commensalism is good for one of the organisms and doesn't affect the other. Mutualism benefits both organisms.
Mutualism is a relationship when 2 living organisms benefit from each other's presence. Good example? You and bacteria living in your stomach. The bacteria helps with digestion of food, while you are giving them a place to live. Need more? Bees and flower - bees receive food (pollen and nectar) while the plant benefits from the bees pollinating them.
yes, a relationship is good for one organism but many times there are two organisms that are share a relationship...
The term that is used is called symbiosis it commonly describes close and often long-term interactions between different biological species.
Well, i think it might be Symbiosis. Good Luck!
The answer is parasitism, because parasites harm their host.
a relationship between brothers should be sacred and good....
Ecology is the study of living things' relationship to their environment.
Some mutualism example are a bee and a flower. clownfish and an anemone. Bee and Flower are good mutualism because the Bee pollen the flower to get honey and energy.
well if its anytrhing like the relationship between birds and pigs not good
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