Symbiosis

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Symbiosis

“Beneficial interaction depicts a nearby and long haul connection between various species. No less than one animal varieties will profit in a harmonious relationship. These relationships are often necessary for the survival of one or both organisms. There are three types of symbiotic relationships: mutualism, communalism, and parasitism.

 

Mutualism is a harmonious relationship in which the two species advantage. Commensalism is a harmonious relationship in which one animal categories benefits while the other isn’t influenced.

Parasitism is a symbiotic relationship in which the parasitic species benefits while the host species is harmed.

 

Summary

Symbiosis describes a close and long-term interaction between different species.

In a mutualism, the two animal types advantage; in a commensalism, one animal varieties benefits while the other isn’t influenced. In a parasitism, the parasitic animal types benefits, while the host species is hurt.

 

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