Every day TAKS Association: Connections Among Living beings.


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d. An armadillo establishing in the dirt at the base of an oak tree. Question 2. Which circumstance ... d. An armadillo establishing in the dirt at the base of an oak tree ...
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Every day TAKS Connection: Interactions Among Organisms Objective 3 BIO (12): The understudy realizes that relationship and collaborations happen inside a biological system. The understudy is required to: (B) translate communications among living beings displaying predation, parasitism, commensalism, and mutualism

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Construct a four entryway, shade fold foldable Materials: Foldable gift Scissors Pen Colored pencils/pastels Instructions: Fold the paper along the strong fold lines (front side confronting you) Cut the paper along the dashed lines Record your name, date and period on the converse Color the 4 terms (predation, parasitism, commensalism, and mutualism) each an alternate shading Foldable Instructions

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Notes Record the notes from under the proper entryway on your foldable Mutualism: A relationship in which both creatures advantage from the relationship. Illustration : Clown Fish & Sea Anemone – the fish gets assurance from foes and the anemone gets scraps of extra nourishment from the fish Commensalism : A relationship in which one living being advantages , and the other is neither aided nor hurt Example : Egret & Rhino – the winged creature gets security from predators by its closeness to the rhino and the rhino is neither aided nor hurt

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Notes proceeded with… Parasitism : A relationship in which one life form , who lives on another, advantages , and the other living being is hurt . Case : Fleas & Dog – the bugs pick up food from the canine and the puppy tingles from the nibble Predation : A relationship in which one life form benefits (the predator) and the other living being is murdered/devoured ( the prey) Example: Lion & Zebra/Rabbit & Lettuce – the lion eats the zebra; the rabbit eats the lettuce

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Question 1 Which circumstance best speaks to a parasitic relationship? a. A tapeworm engrossing supplements from the digestive tract of a dog b. An orchid being pollinated by a nectar gathering wasp c. A bear eating a berry d. An armadillo establishing in the dirt at the base of an oak tree

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Question 2 Which circumstance best speaks to a commensalistic relationship? a. A tapeworm engrossing supplements from the digestive system of a dog b. An orchid being pollinated by a nectar gathering wasp c. A bear eating a berry d. A winged creature constructs a home in a tree.

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Question 3 Which circumstance best speaks to a predator/prey relationship? a. A tapeworm engrossing supplements from the digestive tract of a dog b. An orchid being pollinated by a nectar gathering wasp c. A bear eating a berry d. An armadillo establishing in the dirt at the base of an oak tree

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Question 4 Which circumstance best speaks to a mutualistic relationship? a. A tapeworm retaining supplements from the digestive system of a dog b. An orchid being pollinated by a nectar gathering wasp c. A bear eating a berry d. An understudy eating a ground sirloin sandwich

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