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Give an example of commensalism.

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May 8th, 2013 07:39
in Energy and the Environment by dylanx (University of California (CA) - UCLA, Computer architecture)

Give an example of commensalism.

I read this in a random digest which I could not retain, and to me that’s  something very important. Any sort of views and reviews will be most appreciated and respected. Cheers \m/

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May 9th, 2013 13:45
karthur (University of Alaska System (AK), Mathematics)
"Lions running on grass do not benefit from this interaction and are not harmed, but their activity helps the grass grow. Source:http://in.docsity.com/en-docs/Pathogens_Parasites_-_Principles_of_Ecology_-_Solved_Quiz_ "

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May 13th, 2013 06:25
ramakanta (Allahabad University, Mechanical Engineering)
A link between two organisms by which one benefits plus the other derives neither benefit nor harm  

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May 13th, 2013 13:13
sajid (Shree Ram Swarup College of Engineering & Management , Investment management)
A mutual relationship where one person benefits as the other is neither harmed nor benefited. E.g., the dung beetle relies on the scat of the gopher which it crafts into a ball and rolls with a location where it may be eaten later. ...  

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May 14th, 2013 06:52
shamsher_001a (KIIT University, Robotics and autonomous systems)
An interaction between two species in which individuals of one species benefit while individuals with the other species will not benefit and they are not harmed.  

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May 14th, 2013 09:57
lathika (Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Basic Human Biology)
The interaction of 2 or more dissimilar organisms where the association is advantageous to one without having affected the other(s). cf parasitism; symbiosis.  

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May 14th, 2013 12:57
deepaka (Alagappa University, Organic chemistry)
Interaction in which one species is favored and the other is unaffected. Examples: shark and remora - the remora shares the kill but contributes little reely for the shark; orchids grow on, in addition to affect, other trees. ...

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