Examples of Symbiotic Relationships in the Desert?

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Symbiotic relationships are relationships in which both parties depend on one another. Without the other they would not be able to survive. Some examples of symbiotic relationships in the desert would be; bats that eat nectar from the cactus. In return the bat pollinates the cactus.
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A microbe and a cactus. The microbe absorbs water for the cactus, and acts as its roots. Without this, the cactus would die, and it sustains the microbe.
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A representative of Cyanophyta, a blue-green algae, belongs to the kingdom Monera. Blue-green algae is usually found in crevices of desert rocks. Cyanophyta is involved in a symbiotic
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An example of symbiosis in the desert is that of a microbe and a
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Hi Catherine; With Mutualism both organisms benefit. The algae and fungi of a lichen is an example. With commensalism one benefits and the other is not harmed. The remora fish attach
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