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A flea is a _____ because it feeds off of its host parasite
A dog is a _____ because a parasite feeds off of it host
When a butterfly drinks nectar from a flower, the flower is pollinated and the butterfly is fed. This relationship is called ________ mutualism
The struggle among organisms to survive in a habitat competition
Interaction in which one organism kills and eats the other organism predation
A close relationship between two species in which at least one species benefits symbiosis
A relationship in which one species benefits and the other species is neither helped nor harmed commensalism
A wolf kills and eats a rabbit is an _________ example of predation
A mosquito sucks blood from a host is an _______ example of parasitism
A clownfish is protected by a sea anemone, but the sea anemone is neither harmed nor helped is an ___ example of commensalism
A bee drinks nectar and a flower is pollinated is an _____ example of mutualism
An organism's specific role or its job in a habitat is called its _____ niche
Determining population size by counting each individual one-by-one is _____ direct observation
A method used to determine population size of a species that is spread out over a large area is _____ sampling
If birth rate is higher than death rate, population increases
Food, space, natural disasters, and predation are _________ that affect population growth limiting factors
 

 



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