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Chapter 1

Section 3: Types of Interactions Practice Questions

What is the relationship between two organisms in which one benefits and the other is not affected called? commensalism
The evolution of two or more species due to mutual influence is called? coevolution
What is the relationship called in which two different organisms live in close association with each other? symbiosis
What is the name of an organism that is killed and eaten by another organism? prey
What is the relationship of one organism benefiting and the other harmed or destroyed? parasitism
What is it called when two species both benefit? mutualism
What is the largest population an environment can support called? limiting factor
One type of competition involves individuals competing for resources. Another type of competition is between...? populations
Young wasps are eating the tomato hornworm that is their host. What is this an example of? parasitism
A bird eats a worm. Who is the predator? bird
In which type of symbiosis do organisms help each other? mutualism
In which type of symbiosis can an organism get hurt? parasitism
When the close interaction between two organisms results in long-term changes in both organisms, what has taken place? coevolution
What is an animal that is caught and eaten called? prey
This type of symbiosis is where the host is harmed? parasitism
Created by: mnance


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