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  • one year ago

A relationship that benefits one but does not harm or benefit another would be considered commensalism parasitism communication mutualism

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  1. anonymous
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  6. BioEpic
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    Its commensalism

  7. muscrat123
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    a

  8. BioEpic
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    Need an explanation?

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    no thanks :)

  10. anonymous
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    Which type of relationship benefits both species? Mutualism Competition Parasitism Commensalism

  11. BioEpic
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    Mutualism

  12. muscrat123
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    commensalism = A relationship that benefits one but does not harm or benefit another parasitism = one benefits, but harms other mutualism = both benefit

  13. anonymous
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    commensalism and mutualism are in stark contrast

  14. anonymous
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    so A

  15. muscrat123
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    yes commensalism = A relationship that benefits one but does not harm or benefit another parasitism = one benefits, but harms other mutualism = both benefit

  16. anonymous
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    ok :)

  17. muscrat123
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    glad to help:)

  18. anonymous
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    In many places large areas of land have been converted into heavily populated cities full of buildings and concrete. This process is called Deforestation Desertification Urbanization Suburban sprawl

  19. anonymous
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    so open study is mutualism

  20. muscrat123
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    a i believe

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    @BioEpic

  22. anonymous
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    Both the student and tutor get to learn

  23. muscrat123
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    A @geny55

  24. anonymous
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    I love mutualism because in a relationship both participating parties would have to benefit from one another.

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    A again.. lol.. are you sure

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    @muscrat123

  27. anonymous
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    urbanization

  28. anonymous
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    its c

  29. anonymous
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    deforestation means cutting down trees for the purpose of civilization

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    ok :)

  31. anonymous
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    _______ is when forests are cut and the land is cleared for farming or other uses. Desertification Deforestation Urbanization Suburban Sprawl

  32. anonymous
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    What does desertification mean though tell me you got your turn to teach

  33. anonymous
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    it sounds like abandoning areas suitable for civilization

  34. anonymous
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    you tell me this on

  35. muscrat123
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    what class is this for? @geny55

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