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Basic Ecology 4

Community and their relationships

all populations in a specific place at a specific time community
two individuals go after the same resource, harms both competition
resource partitioning species divide up resource to reduce competition
physical/behavioral differences between species that reduces competition character displacement
one species eats all or part of another predation
List prey defenses (4) physical (spines, thorns), behavioral (run, stay still), chemical (poisons), color (warning, frightening, camouflage)
type of color defense mimicry
relationship between two species where there is an interaction, can be positive or negative symbiosis
symbiotic relationship where one partner benefits & the other is unaffected commensalism
symbiotic relationship where both species benefit mutualism
feeding by one species (parasite) upon another (host) parasitism
Created by: FHSAPES