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  Take a BrainSip
An example of mutual Symbiosis is the relationship between clownfish of the genus Amphiprion (family, Pomacentridae) that dwell among the tentacles of tropical sea anemones.
A famous land version of Symbiosis is the relationship of the Egyptian Plover bird and the crocodile.
In this relationship, the bird is well known for preying on parasites that feed on crocodiles which are potentially harmful for the animal.
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  Symbiosis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An example of mutual symbiosis is the relationship between clownfish of the genus Amphiprion (family, Pomacentridae) that dwell among the tentacles of tropical sea anemones.
A famous land version of symbiosis is the relationship of the Egyptian Plover bird and the crocodile.
In this relationship, the bird is well known for preying on parasites that feed on crocodiles which are potentially harmful for the animal.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Symbiotic   (780 words)

 List of symbiotic relationships - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is an incomplete list of notable mutualistic symbiotic relationships, in which different species have a cooperative or mutually dependent relationship.
Relationship is established by the moral code of the Goa'uld or Tok'ra co-existing with the human.
Some of these relationships are so close that we speak of the composite of two species as one unit, for example, we speak of the composite of algae and fungi as lichens.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_symbiotic_relationships   (218 words)

 Florida Keys NMS Resources
The initial species list was developed in 1994 from what we believed were the most knowledgeable sources at the time (see reference section in document).
Symbiotic relationships are common among organisms living on coral reefs.
The relationship between mangroves and their associated marine life cannot be overemphasized.
www.fknms.nos.noaa.gov /sanctuary_resources/welcome.html   (1000 words)

 Epigrams on Programming
Such relationships between society and device are not new, but the incredible growth of the computer's influence (both real and implied) lends this symbiotic dependency a vitality like a gangly youth growing out of his clothes within an endless puberty.
The epigrams that follow attempt to capture some of the dimensions of this traffic in imagery that sharpens, focuses, clarifies, enlarges, and beclouds our view of this most remarkable of all mans' artifacts, the computer.
The only difference(!) between Shakespeare and you was the size of his idiom list -- not the size of his vocabulary.
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 Biological Concept List - Symbionts and Pathogens   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
If a symbiotic relationship is permanent, what is likely to happen to the two organisms.
Other relationships are permanent or prolonged; these are known as symbiotic relationships.
Symbiotic relationships can be characterized in terms of benefit and cost to each of the organisms involved.
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 iqexpand.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Symbiosis is a close ecological relationship between the individuals of two (or more) different species.
Symbiotic relationship The fish picks parasites from its host anemone, thus forming a symbiotic (mutually beneficial...
A symbiotic relationships between the author and the publisher.
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 Exam Two - Review questions - part 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
List the taxonomic categories from most inclusive to the most exclusive, using the 3-domain system of taxonomy.
Many prokaryotes have symbiotic relationships with other organisms w/in their community.
The two types of symbiotic relationships that have the greatest impact are mutualism and parasitism.
www.indiana.edu /~l111/exams/study2b.html   (419 words)

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List three ways in which competition can be minimized between similarly feeding fish species.
List and describe five “filters” that fishes must pass through in order to colonize a habitat.
List and describe the three zones formed (and their characteristics) when a river is dammed.
www.montana.edu /ecology/courses/biol415/finalreviewqs05.doc   (388 words)

 NOVA Online | Teachers | Classroom Activity | Volcanoes of the Deep | PBS
To research and classify symbiotic relationships between individual organisms of different species.
To conclude, ask students to consider the relationship between sulfur-oxidizing bacteria and tubeworms at hydrothermal vents.
Often the distinction between mutualistic and commensal relationships is not clear.
www.pbs.org /wgbh/nova/teachers/activities/2609_abyss.html   (827 words)

 Native North American Orchid Reference Page
Albert, V.A. Cladistic relationships of the slipper orchids (Cypripedioideae: Orchidaceae) from congruent morphological and molecular data.
Symbiotic and asymbiotic germination and growth of Spiranthes magnicamporum (Orchidaceae).
In vitro symbiotic seed germination of the Florida Butterfly Orchid, Encyclia tampensis: Evidence of non-specificity for mycorrhizal fungi by an epiphytic orchid.
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 The Inverted Narcissist - Codependence and Relationships with Abusive Narcissists
Healthy interpersonal relationships can be recognised by qualities such as empathy and concern for the feelings of others, a genuine interest in the ideas of others, the ability to tolerate ambivalence in long-term relationships without giving up, and a capacity to acknowledge one's own contribution to interpersonal conflicts.
Relationships between such parents and their progeny easily deteriorate to sexual or other modes of abuse because there are no functioning boundaries between them.
Consequently, the only semi-stable primary relationship between the Invert and the non-narcissist occurs where the non-narcissist is very easy going, emotionally secure and not needing much from the Invert at all by way of time, energy or commitment to activities requiring the involvement of both parties.
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 unit 7 diversity of organisms ap study guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
List the three main groups of archaeal bacteria, describe their distinguishing characteristics, and give an example of each group.
List the five major groups of bacteria, describe their mode of nutrition, give some characteristic features and an example of each group.
List the five candidate kingdoms of protists and describe a major feature of each group.
sps.k12.ar.us /massengale/unit_7_diversity_of_organisms_ap.htm   (411 words)

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Mutualism: A reciprocal relationship in which two different species live in a symbiotic way where both species benefit and are dependent upon the relationship.
Pass out a card to each student (do not include the “no buddy” card), and, by means of looking at a posted list on the chalkboard, have each student find his or her “buddy.
Stress that symbiotic relationships are just one example of the interdependence of all elements of ecological systems.
www.wildliferehabsanctuary.org /ed-activities/Grade-4-Preparatory-Activity-2002-prn.htm   (534 words)

 BioCISE: Users and Uses of Biological Collections
They need data in the form of digitised species lists and databased inventories in order to outline areas with high conservation value and to answer specific questions (for example, for the distribution and occurrence of endemic, endangered, or invasive species).
Supplementary lists of location and habitat names (detailing, e.g., country, province, state, floristic regions, nature reserves, parks, aquatic and terrestrial habitats) allow searches in cases where exact locations are less obvious on a map.
Initially, users want to be presented with a list or a map showing the distribution of collections and observations retrieved from a specific query.
www.bgbm.fu-berlin.de /BioCise/Publications/Results/4.htm   (5133 words)

List and describe the phyla of fungi (eg.
List and describe the general characteristics of protozoans.
List and describe the general characteristics of helminths.
www.pierce.ctc.edu /rmay/MICRO201/Chap12.htm   (518 words)

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Here are some examples of parasitic relationships: fleas and dogs; remora and sharks; parasitic wasps that lay their eggs on caterpillars, allowing the larvae to live off the caterpillars; tape worms (or harmful bacteria) and humans.
Here are some symbiotic (mutually beneficial) relationships: algae and fungi living together in lichens; E. coli bacteria in human intestines; clown fish living among sea anemones.
The communications officer is responsible for presenting the poster to the class, and she/he has a form listing what information to present, but all group members should be part of the presentation and be encouraged to add any other information they think the class should know about their planet or life forms.
www.astro.indiana.edu /~gsimonel/build/assign2_notes.doc   (4337 words)

 Introduction to the Basal Eukaryotes
Yet others live in symbiotic relationships with other organisms: the flagellate Streblomastix shown above lives in the intestines of termites, and it and several other protists assist in the digestion of wood.
The relationships among these protists were not clear until the advent of techniques such as electron microscopy and DNA sequencing.
These protists in turn contain symbiotic bacteria that break down cellulose, and some of these parabasalians move by means of thousands of symbiotic bacteria attached to their outer membrane and propelling the host forward.
www.ucmp.berkeley.edu /protista/basalprotists.html   (954 words)

 Fungi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
For this topic a vocabulary list is given in your lab manual.
In lab manual a list of Key Concepts and Objectives are given.
List 2 reasons why the fungi group does not belong to the Plant Kingdom.
www.biology.iastate.edu /Courses/201L/Fungi/FungINDX   (1256 words)

 Sumbiotic Relationships Between Man, Animal and Nature
As such, the nomadic hunting-gathering way of life is the primal adaptation of hominids for food procurement, which set the course for human bio-cultural evolution in a harmonious relationship with nature.
Man and herd live in a symbiotic community, making social and psychological adjustments to each other, together adapting to the natural environment in which the herds have their special ecological niche, the pasture.
We shall here view the Gujar life ways in order to have an insight into pastoral nomads’ perception of the relationship between the herder, the herd and the resources, that is, man, animal and nature.
www.ignca.nic.in /cd_08004.htm   (4505 words)

 Relationships - Relationship
I was kind of angling for a closer relationship with them and I would have I came
Ken Freytag Owner of Freytag Florist says his relationship with the school be involved in the community through Austin Partners in Education.
Relationship if any to route of administration of vitamin K unknown 3.
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 Relationship romance, love, joy and journey
This lucky relationship exchange dom is not an artificial corporation entity, the Lucky Relationship exchange dom users are real people who truly love Good Relationships topics and enjoy helping others to find love and romance relationships they need.
If the relationship problem you are trying to solve has already been solved by others, by all means learn that relationship solution first, even if you intend to improve on it.
Relationship addiction and the relationship rule for older woman younger man relationship, platonic relationship or father and son relationship.
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 BirdForum - Birds that pick ticks and other symbiotic relationships
Thereby it can´t realy be refered to as a symbiotic relationship.
Another well known (and certainly symbiotic) relationship is when small birds perch on the bag (or even heads) of bigger animals (a wellknown example is the Cattle Egret and various big animals).
Perhaps the bestknown example a cross-species symbiotic relationship is between the Honeyguides and two other species, namely the honeybadger and perhaps even more spectacular Homo sapiens.
www.birdforum.net /showthread.php?t=3773   (1693 words)

 Relationship Life Vitalization relationships adventures challenges inspirations
A Real Friend Relationship is one who walks in when the rest of the world walks away.
For Love relationship distance cannot, and will not hurt a bond between two people that is based on mutual respect, trust, commitment, and love.
- The relationship public vitalization exchange is based on the principles of mutual respect, goodwill, acceptance and reciprocity and relies on honesty and maturity.
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 Symbiotic Relationships
I am interested in exploring different aspects of symbiotic relationships in context of the coral reef including commensalisms, parasitism, and mutualism.
This source discussed how mutualistic relationships affected the dynamics of a system, and how when mutualistic relationships where allowed in the artificial environment, more types of individuals arose, and continued to arise with the continuation of this type of relationship.
This source focuses on sea anemones and the symbiotic relationships that are exhibited by this organism.
jrscience.wcp.muohio.edu /fieldcourses04/OutlinemarineecologyArticles/SymbioticRelationships.html   (853 words)

- organism composed of a fungus and a green alga or a cyanobacterium that are symbiotically associated.
When the phrase "symbiotic relationships" is used it refers to the association between two or more organisms of different species.
The lichen represents a symbiotic relationship in which a fungus encloses photosynthetic cells and is dependent upon them for nourishment.
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 Get Your ANGRIES Out
In symbiotic relationships, another person is used to try to gain a sense of meaning in life.
Having another relationship waiting in the wings while the present one is deteriorating or hanging on to the past relationship and being unable to move on with daily life.
A relationship is self destructive if one partner has severe problems of anger and addictions that are not addressed: alcoholism, drug abuse, gambling, adultery and chronic verbal or physical abuse.
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 Relationships relationship statistics
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Every day the Internet grows bigger and bigger so relationship statistics sites are improving A major advantage that online relationship statistics organizations manage to receive over traditional relationship statistics organizations is that they can make changes when changes are demanded.
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