microbiology Microbial interactions

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  1. Mutualism
    Both A and B are mutually benefited but are obligatory.
  2. Both A and B are mutually benefited but are obligatory.
    Mutualism
  3. cooperation
    Both A and B are mutually benefited but are not obligatory.
  4. Both A and B are mutually benefited but are not obligatory.
    Cooperation
  5. Commensalism
    A is uneffected and B is benifited
  6. A is uneffected and B is benifited
    Commensalism
  7. Predation
    A is destroyed and B benefits
  8. A is destroyed and B benefits
    Predation
  9. Parasitism
    A is harmed as the host of a parasite, the benefiting B but A is not killed
  10. A is harmed as the host of a parasite, the benefiting B but A is not killed
    Parasitism
  11. Amensalism
    A negatively effects B.
  12. A negatively effects B.
    Amensalism
  13. Competition
    A and B compete for the same resources.
  14. A and B compete for the same resources.
    Competition
  15. Example of Mutualism
    Termites and trichonympha
  16. Example of Cooperation
    coral and zooxanthellae
  17. Example of Commensalsim
    nitrogen cycle
  18. example of predation
    E. coli and Bdellovibrio
  19. example of parasitism
    typhus, a disease in rats carried by fleas.
  20. Example of Amensalism
    descibes the aderse effect that one organism has on antoher aorganism.  this is an unidirectional process based on the release of a specific compound by one organism thta has a negaive effect on another organism .   Anti biotic prodution

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