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A vet found a tick on his dog patient but then took it out.This can be an example of what symbiosis. This can be an example of commensalism and parasitism.The dog is benefited when the tick is taken out but the vet isn't harmed or benefited,commensalism.When the tick gets food and energy from the dog it is benefited and the dog is harmed,parasitism.
A group of bees worked together to make honey. How are they showing cooperation? This is an example of cooperation because the bees are working together.They are working together to achieve a certain goal, to make and collect honey.This is a common goal for bees.
lizards eat grass and an eagle eats the lizards.If the population of lizards decrease which organism would be effected? Both organisms would be affected. There would be more or even an abundance of grass if it's not being eaten. The eagle would starve if it doesn't get it's food or enough food and it would also be difficult to get it's food.
Is a horse able to make own energy? No, a horse is not able to make its own energy. It eats plants to get energy. It is a herbivore and consumer, it uses most of the energy it gets from the plant.
What will happen if a specie of animal is over the carrying capacity of the ecosystem it lives in? It would be difficult for the animals to get the food and space it needs to survive.The animals will have to compete for them.The ecosystem they live in might not have enough resources for all the animals to live.The specie population will then decrease.
What will a flower be considered as, a consumer or producer? It will be a producer. It can make it's own energy from the sun.
What relationship is shown between the species? A bee eats nectar from a flower to make food and the flower is able to reproduce. Some pollen also gets on the hairy body of the bee and rubs off on the next flower. Mutualism is shown through the species. Both organisms are benefited. The bee is able to make food and the flower can reproduce and it was reduced of pollen.
A bear eats fish. It catches them itself and eats them. What role does the fish and bear play? The bear is the predator and the prey is the fish. The bear hunts and kills the fish for food. The fish is the animal being eaten.
Producers can make their own food and use most of it themselves. What happens with the energy left over? The leftover energy can pass on to other organisms that can't make their own energy. They can be herbivores or omnivores.
Vultures find dead food or animals and then eat them rather than killing animals themselves. Would vultures be scavengers or decomposers? Vultures are scavengers. They wait for something to be dead before eating it and they don't kill it. They find dead animals and eat it and then decomposers take over and finish decomposing the animal.
How do consumers obtain energy? Consumers can eat other producers and can use most of the producers energy. They can also eat other consumers and use much of their energy. They can be carnivores or omnivores.
Cooperation is organisms working together toward a certain goal or porpoise. Can ants be an example of cooperation? Yes ants can be an example. They are known to work together to collect food to store and they work as a group to make their anthills.
A researcher observed that in many ecosystems humans are using natural resources animals need to survive.An example can be, many birds left without a home because trees are cut down for human use and agriculture land.Can this be an example of competition? Yes,it does show competition.Humans and the birds and other animals are competing for food and space.Many land is used for human agriculture land this shows the competition for space.Many foods such as fruits can also be taken by humans, food competition.
Is fungi a decomposer? Yes, fungi is a decomposer. It is a decomposer because it breaks down dead animals and plants. This is how it gets its energy.
Where does all the energy start with? All the energy begins with the sun.Without the sun producers such as plants could not live and get their energy. Herbivores and omnivores would then get their energy from the producers. Carnivores then get their energy from herbivores or omnivores.
Created by: abigail cepeda