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What do you call the symbiotic relationship in which both organisms benefit from the relationship? A. Commensalism B. Parasitism C. Mutualism D. Predation
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User: What do you call the symbiotic relationship in which both organisms benefit from the relationship? A. Commensalism B. Parasitism C. Mutualism D. Predation

Weegy: Mutualism is a symbiotic relationship where both parties benefit. Both species will benefit from the relationship and many of these relationships are long-lasting.
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User: What do you call a species that has a narrow range of acceptable habitats and few foods that it eats? A. A specialist species B. A generalist species C. A keystone species D. An alien species

Weegy: A specialist species a species that has a narrow range of acceptable habitats and few foods that it eats.
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User: What do you call the process by which all organisms release energy from food molecules to use in cellular processes? A. Decomposition B. Photosynthesis C. Cellular Respiration D. Producing

Weegy: C. Glycolysis bacause: only a small amount of the chemical energy that was originally stored in glucose is released to the cell. About 90% of the energy is still unused. If oxygen is available, a process known as cellular respiration can occur. [ [ If you are thinking that oxygen is going to be very important here, you are absolutely right! In order to release the maximum amount of energy from glucose, animals need lots of oxygen. Read more: ] ]
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The process by which all organisms release energy from food molecules to use in cellular processes is called Cellular Respiration.


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