What is a symbiotic relationship?

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A symbiotic relationship is one in which two organisms equally benefit from each other. An example of this type of relationship is the one between flowers and bees. The bees feed off the nectar of the flower. In turn, they transport pollen to other flowers.
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beavers and willows. Beavers gnaw the wood, and willows grow new branches.
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lichens are a combination of a fungus and an algae.
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Plants make and propagate with seeds. It isn't a symbiotic relationship since that is inter-species. Many plants have symbiotic relationships with insects (bees and flowers) link
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there are 6 different types. mutualism: both species benefit. commensialim: one benefits one is unaffected. parasitism: one benefits one is harmed. neutralism: both unaffected. competition
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