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help please!! :)

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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
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    What do you need help with?

  3. anonymous
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    with?

  4. anonymous
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    For this assessment, you will write a short story. 1. In your story, you will pretend that you are traveling in an area and notice different plants, animals, and other species. You can use your imagination and create pretend organisms, or use examples of real organisms. 2. You will use examples that demonstrate each of these types of relationships: predator-prey, commensalism, mutualism, and parasitism. You may not use the same examples given in this lesson. 3. In your story, be sure to compare and contrast the relationships that you observe. Each time you present a new example compare it to a previous example.

  5. anonymous
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    @Aureyliant

  6. anonymous
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    what are the examples the lesson already tells you?

  7. anonymous
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    let me see

  8. anonymous
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    Predator-Prey Example Predators are organisms that eat other organisms. The organism that the predator eats is called their prey. Only the predator benefits in this relationship Commensalism One organism benefits from this relationship. The other organism is neither helped nor harmed. Parasitism One organism lives in or on another and gains its nourishment from the organism. Only one organism benefits from this relationship the other is harmed. Mutualism One species live in, on, or near another and both gain something they need. Both species benefit from this relationship.

  9. anonymous
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    For predator- pray, just think about the food chain, what lays on top and what lays in the bottom. For example a bear and salmon, spiders eat small insects and crocodiles eat fish

  10. anonymous
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    okay but can you help me write a story

  11. anonymous
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    Ok, what would be a place you would like to travel to?

  12. anonymous
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    can it be anywhere?

  13. anonymous
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    yep

  14. anonymous
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    ok um, north carolina

  15. anonymous
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    so your story could be in the woods in north carolina, we can start there

  16. anonymous
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    ok awesome!

  17. anonymous
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    now think of animals you'd find in north carolina, you could easily find a list if all the animals that are found there

  18. anonymous
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    but does it have to be animals in the woods or animals in general in nc

  19. anonymous
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    I had a look at it and for predator you could use a black bear for predator, the location you can choose what ever you want

  20. anonymous
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    For what I understood you could even be doing a road trip across north carolina

  21. anonymous
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    nah, i want to do the woods

  22. anonymous
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    ok so how would i start my fist couple of sentences?

  23. anonymous
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    @jmds06

  24. anonymous
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    I would set location first then describe what you would see

  25. anonymous
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    ok the location is the woods

  26. anonymous
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    so how would you put that in the first sentence

  27. anonymous
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    For example " I found myself in the North Carolinian woods surrounded by a vast amount of wildlife"

  28. anonymous
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    ok so thats the first sentence

  29. anonymous
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    how can we continue from there?

  30. anonymous
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    I think you should continue by describing what you see around you " Everywhere I looked I saw animals and plants I had never seen before, after a couple minutes of hiking I spotted a black bear.

  31. anonymous
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    what you see would be the examples of the relationships of the assessment.

  32. anonymous
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    what example do i start with?

  33. anonymous
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    I would say predator and prey, in the example I gave you it would be black bear- bees, yellow jackets and larvae.

  34. anonymous
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    so i start with predator and prey.. how would i say an example of predator prey in the woods about a black bear and bees

  35. anonymous
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    "the black bear seemed to be looking for something to eat while it came across a beehive..."

  36. anonymous
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    a beehive... thats the end of the sentence?

  37. anonymous
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    can you explain it more please ;)

  38. anonymous
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    no

  39. anonymous
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    You could say it knocked the beehive down and approached it, the bear then pushed the beehive to the side and found a couple of dead bees around it that he ate.

  40. anonymous
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    ok great! are we done with the predator and prey example?

  41. anonymous
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    I think so, for the others you could just follow the same template, glad I could help.

  42. anonymous
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    ok but can you help with the other examples please!!!!

  43. anonymous
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    :)

  44. anonymous
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    @jmds06

  45. anonymous
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    ok

  46. anonymous
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    lets move onto the mutualism ;) example

  47. anonymous
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    @jmds06

  48. anonymous
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    how would you move on to the mutualism example.

  49. anonymous
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    first find two animals that show the mutualism relationship check this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wildlife_of_North_Carolina

  50. anonymous
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    ok i pick the coyote and the raccoon :)

  51. anonymous
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    how do they help each other?

  52. anonymous
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    start there, that will be the middle of your sentence.

  53. anonymous
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    wait so how do i start it off

  54. anonymous
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    Continue from where you left off, I believe that would be the the predator-prey example, " after more walking I came across a ______ and a _______, they seemed to be helping each other doing _______", use this template, fill in the blanks with the animals and the last one with however it is they help eachother"

  55. anonymous
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    i need help with the second blank

  56. anonymous
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    the last one?

  57. anonymous
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    yes i need help on this part.. they seemed to be helping each other doing _______"

  58. anonymous
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    well, you had to choose two animals that have a mutualistic relationship, you chose the coyote and the racoon, if they help each other, how do they do it?

  59. anonymous
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    i dont know how they help eachother

  60. anonymous
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    Well I think they don't.

  61. anonymous
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    read the animals link's with the info about each and see if you can find any that actually help each other by doing whatever

  62. anonymous
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    if you wan you can pick two animals and tell me how they help eachother

  63. anonymous
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    that would be doing the work for you, and i shouldn't do that, I can help you find a way to solve your problem which I already did.

  64. anonymous
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    ok so let me pick 2 different animals

  65. anonymous
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    but actually see if they show mutalism

  66. anonymous
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    do a squirrel and a mouse show mutualism

  67. anonymous
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    ?? @jmds06

  68. anonymous
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    I dont think so, squirrels don't seem to help other animals but its could help the plants

  69. anonymous
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    as it's diet consists of mostly seeds and nuts, If the bury a seed and the environment has proper conditions the seed will grow, I imagine this could be an mutualism example as later the tree will produce food and shelter for the squirrel.

  70. anonymous
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    can you re-do the sentecne. i dont think it makes sense

  71. anonymous
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    @jmds06

  72. anonymous
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    After more walking I came across a gray squirrel, it's mouth was full of seeds which after a while it buried them near a tree, it quickly got away and didn't return anymore, if the squirrel doesn't come back in time the seed will sprout and will then grow into a tree which in the future may provide food and shelter to the squirrel.

  73. anonymous
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    awesome, now its time for the commensalism example :)

  74. anonymous
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    @jmds06

  75. anonymous
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    please hurry :)

  76. anonymous
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    ??

  77. anonymous
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    @jmds06

  78. anonymous
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    @jmds06 are you going to answer?

  79. anonymous
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    please help me ! i need help :(

  80. anonymous
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    Lol still need help? @geny55

  81. anonymous
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    yes :)

  82. anonymous
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    @Koikkara can you help please!

  83. Koikkara
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    \(How~can~i ~Help~you~?\)

  84. anonymous
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    i need you to help me finish the story and my examples

  85. Koikkara
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    Alright, where is the story?

  86. anonymous
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    okay this is what i have so far.. I found myself in the North Carolinian woods surrounded by a vast amount of wildlife. Everywhere I looked I saw animals and plants I had never seen before, after a couple minutes of hiking I spotted a black bear. The black bear seemed to be looking for something to eat while it came across a beehive. The bear knocked the beehive down and approached it. The bear then pushed the beehive to the side and found a couple of dead bees around it that he ate. That would be the predator and prey example. After more walking I came across a gray squirrel, it's mouth was full of seeds which after a while it buried them near a tree, it quickly got away and didn't return anymore, if the squirrel doesn't come back in time the seed will sprout and will then grow into a tree which in the future may provide food and shelter to the squirrel. That would be the mutualism example.

  87. anonymous
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    i still need the commensalism example, the parasitism example, and the ending of the story :)

  88. anonymous
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    @Koikkara

  89. Koikkara
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    \(Grammar~Check~!\) "After more walking">> use>Moving forward a little. "gray">> it's Grey " which after a while it buried them">> use> it buried the rest "it quickly got away and didn't return anymore">> was gone and never returned. \(Provide~Fullstop "."After ~each~ line\) "come back in time">>return soon "and will then grow">> and will grow \(Provide~Fullstop "."After ~each~ line\) "which in the future may">> in future, it may provide \(Great\), Now what examples remaining ? @geny55

  90. anonymous
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    i still need the commensalism example, the parasitism example, and the ending of the story :)

  91. Koikkara
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    hmm... In ecology, commensalism is a class of relationships between two organisms where one organism benefits from the other without affecting it. Then, \(continue...\)

  92. anonymous
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    i don't need to write the definition for each example.. so what would be a good example for commensalism

  93. Koikkara
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    \(Story~Continued...\) Moving further,, i found a deer, grazing at the fresh green grass. Underneath the grass, there lived earthworms. They were busy plughing and tilting the land like farmer in fields.

  94. anonymous
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    so like this... I found myself in the North Carolinian woods surrounded by a vast amount of wildlife. Everywhere I looked I saw animals and plants I had never seen before, after a couple minutes of hiking I spotted a black bear. The black bear seemed to be looking for something to eat while it came across a beehive. The bear knocked the beehive down and approached it. The bear then pushed the beehive to the side and found a couple of dead bees around it that he ate. That would be the predator and prey example. After more walking I came across a gray squirrel, it's mouth was full of seeds which after a while it buried them near a tree, it quickly got away and didn't return anymore, if the squirrel doesn't come back in time the seed will sprout and will then grow into a tree which in the future may provide food and shelter to the squirrel. That would be the mutualism example. Moving further, i found a deer, grazing at the fresh green grass. Underneath the grass, there lived earthworms. They were busy plughing and tilting the land like farmers in fields. That was the commensalism example.

  95. Koikkara
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    \(plowing ~or~plughing\) \(Continue...\) The deer ran away as soon as it saw me. I went near the grass and had a closer look at the leaves. there i found a tapeworm causing a slow death to the plant.

  96. Koikkara
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    \(which~is ~an~example~of~parasitism\) \(Continue..\) Later, I climbed one of the trees after a long walk and found myself back in the in the North Carolinian woods. \(It's~ Done~!!\) \(Please~Correct~your~grammar~and~spelling\)

  97. Koikkara
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    @geny55 \(Have~A~Good~day~!\)

  98. anonymous
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    thank you so much!! you are the best helper ever !! i can't thank you enough :) <3

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