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9 December, 11:12

How does an symbiosis differ from a predator-prey relationship?

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  1. 9 December, 11:27
    Symbiosis is where no organism is killed in the relationship.

    Parasitism: The host is harmed but not killed.

    Mutualism: Both organisms are benefitted

    Commensalism: One organism is benefitted, the other is not effected

    In predation, the prey is killed and eaten by the predator for energy.

    Sometimes you may see that they consider predation a symbiotic relationship, but not always.
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