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Natural selection The process where organisms are best adapted to their environment.
Adaptation An inherited behavior or physical characteristic that helps the organism survive.
Niche How an organism makes its living and interacts with the abiotic and biotic factors in its habitat.
Competition A struggle between organisms to survive of the same limited resources.
Predation An interaction in which one organism kills another for food or nutrients.
Predator The organism that does the killing in a predation.
Prey The organism that is killed and eaten by another organism in a predation interaction.
Symbiosis Any relationship between two organisms that live closely together with at least one of the organisms benefits.
Mutualism A type of symbiosis where both organism are benefited.
Commensalism A type of symbiosis where one organism benefits and the other is not effected.
Parasitism A type of symbiosis where one organism benefits and the other is harmed.
Parasite An organism that benefits at the expense of its host.
Host An organism that a parasite lives with, in, or on, and provides the parasite with the nutrients.
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