What Does Commensalism Mean?


Commensalism is a term used in ecology. It describes a relationship that exists between two organisms where only one of the organisms benefits while the other does not.
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commensalism is where one organism benefits but the other is unaffected. for example, barnacles attach themselves to whales which gives them a place to live, and the whale couldn't
Commensalism is a relationship between two species where one derives a benefit from the
Commensalism is a relation between two kinds of organisms in which one obtains food or other benefits from the other without damaging or benefiting it
Many frogs, like the poison dart frog and the Gaudy Leaf Frog, in rain forests throughout the world show commensalism with vermiliad (a rain-forest plant that grows close to the ground
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Ecology a type of relationship between two species of a plant, animal, fungus, etc., in which one lives with, on, or in another without damage to either.
Sociology peaceful coexistence among individuals or groups having independent or different values or customs.
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