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Science Test 1

Interdependence GQ

predation the interaction when one organism kills and eats another organism
predator what kills and eats the other organism
prey the organism that gets killed and eaten
invasive species a species that does not naturally occur in an area and causes harm to existing species/organisms
symbiosis a close relationship between two species that benefits at least one of the species
mutualism when BOTH species benefits from the relationship
commensalism A relationship in which one species benefits and the other species is neither helped nor harmed
parasitism One organism living on or in another organism and harming it.
host an organism from which a parasite takes food and shelter.
parasite the organism that feeds on another organism
threatened organsisms that are likely to become endangered in the near future
endangered organisms that are so rare they are in danger of becoming extinct
extinct organisms that are no longer on earth; gone forever
adaptations characteristics that allow organisims to live successfully in their environment
3 types of symbiosis Mutualism, commensalism, parasitism
How does predation affect the size of population
Describe interaction that occurs during predation
How can symbiosis impact the size of population
Describe examples of invavsive species
How do invasive species impact the size of population
Describe causes of species being threatened, endangered or extinct
How can humans affect the size of population
Created by: acook1361