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Explain mutualism
Weegy: is basically means ?living together? and in the context of marine biology refers to a close relationship between two species, for example the Clown fish and the anemone. Ex: parasitism, commensalism, mutualism User: Explain commensalism Weegy: In ecology, commensalism is a class of relationship between two organisms where one benefits and the other is not significantly harmed or benefited. [ The term derives from the English word commensal, meaning "sharing of food" in human social interaction, which in turn derives from the Latin com mensa, meaning "sharing a table". ] User: Explain parasitism- - give an example Weegy: Parasitism is a type of non mutual relationship between organisms of different species where one organism, the parasite, benefits at the expense of the other, the host. [ Examples of parasites include the plants mistletoe and cuscuta, and organisms such as leeches. ] User: describe how biodiversity threats directly impact human and economic development Weegy: The world's biological diversity has co-evolved with human culture. Humanity has applied growing knowledge and skills to order and manipulate nature to meet changing human needs. [ In this process, people have hunted, fished, and gathered species for food, fuel, fiber and shelter. They have eliminated competing or threatening species, domesticated plants and animals, cut forests, used fire to alter habitats, and recently even significantly changed hydrological and geochemical cycles. As a result, the landscape and, to a lesser extent, the sea, today reflect human culture. At a time when humanity's needs for productive biological resources are greater than ever before, we are witnessing the irreplaceable loss of the world's fundamental capital stock- its species and genes- -and the deterioration of ecosystems' ability to meet human needs. As species disappear, humanity loses today's foods, medicines, and industrial products, as well as tomorrow's. ] (More)
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Define herbivore
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A Prologue is an introduction or preface, especially a poem recited to introduce a play.

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