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Chapter 4

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Department
Environment
Course
ENV100Y5
Professor
Barbara Murch
Semester
Fall

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Chapter 4: Species interactions Competition = Multiple organisms seek the same limited resources Exploitative interactions Predation = individuals of one species capture, kill, an consume individuals of another species Parasitism = parasite depends on host for nourishment or other benefit Herbivory = animal Pratezoids Convolution = antagonistic species become locked in a dual of escalating adaptations The red queen hypothesis Herbivores exploit plants May not kill the plant, but affects its growth and survival Defences: Torns Benefit from the ants for the plant Mutualists help one another Two ore more species benefit from their interactions Symbiosis = organisms live in close physical contact Pollination: bees, bats, birds and other transfer pollen Ecological Communications Flows of resources Producers tge furst trophic (e
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